Defining, designing and building out your packet or time-division multiplexing (TDM) networks requires a broad appreciation and understanding of the interconnected technologies you use, from legacy to cutting-edge. Our experience includes guiding clients to the optimal solutions that will meet your unique needs and help your operations manage your critical networks.
Packet Networks (MPLS, IP, Ethernet)
Whether it’s a carrier ethernet, internet protocol (IP), multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) or even a software-defined network you need, we can help. We have developed multi-technology, redundant, long-haul, high-capacity packet networks that are used for both business/IT needs as well as the day-to-day operational needs that keep our clients in business. We help you determine where you want your wide-area network (WAN) to go, analyze what is in place, make recommendations on technologies to get you there, and even design-build the network.
TDM Networks (SONET, DSO)
TDM is a tried-and-true technology for data transport. Synchronous optical networking (SONET) enables planned, deterministic communications for your most critical applications. Our experience includes designing and building these systems for standalone use or to augment your packet networks. We also upgrade and migrate from these systems as well as their constituent DS0-level channels, such as analog voice/data (2-wire, 4-wire) and emulated ethernet and serial (RS-232, RS-485) circuits. Our work with utilities has exposed us to almost every legacy channel, protocol and device type deployed in the industry. We can help you determine your multiplexing, encapsulation or cutover approaches to your new TDM and packet networks.
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