Multi-Protocol Switching (MPLS)

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a data routing technology that enhances speed and controls network traffic flow. With MPLS, data is routed through a label-switched path instead of undergoing complex lookup operations at each station.

This technology, which is scalable and protocol-independent, works with both Internet Protocol (IP) and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) modes.

When data enters a traditional IP network, it traverses the network based on long network addresses. Using this method, each routing device needs to make its own decision, based on routing tables, about the next station for the data packet on the network. In contrast, MPLS assigns a label to each packet to send it along a predefined path.

We provide Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) service that offers end-to-end connectivity to link all your international and local sites to a single IP network.

The service is designed for easy integration of new sites and applications.

It is the ideal solution for customers with international sites who want to transition from traditional Layer 2 packet-based networks or building-based VPN solutions to a flexible and efficient IP VPN network-based solution.