Communications between multiple office locations can be expensive, difficult to manage and are often based on complex or confusing pricing models. Our managed IP-VPN service is a private network-based VPN, using our UK-wide IP network, LAN net, which covers the vast majority of UK businesses. Our service utilizes MPLS technology allowing us to deliver data, voice, video & applications to any location over our fully converged network.
Private IP-VPN is one of many “bandwidth services” that can be delivered down Techlogic services’s various different circuit options. It lets users at one customer site access other users, servers, printers, applications etc. located at other customer sites. I.e., it supports, for example “centralized” applica-tions where an application (perhaps stock inventory or CRM) is hosted at a central location but needs to be accessed by individuals at remote offices spread across the UK. By its very nature, VPN traffic is “private”. Traffic from one customer site is only routed to the customer’s other sites; it does not ‘leak’ into the Internet. Techlogic services can deliver multiple IP-VPNs for different purposes. For example, one VPN can be used for normal corporate communication and another for “test and development”. Such VPNs can have the same IP address space if required.
Connecting two offices (Point to Point VPN)
Customer sites can be connected to the Techlogic services core using various access circuit connectivity options to create a bespoke private Wide Area Network (WAN). Techlogic services uses MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) in the core to keep customer traffic securely segregated while providing access to a suite of cost-effective value-add voice and data services from within the core of the net-work. Techlogic services’s MPLS network can provide remote workers and individuals located on company sites access to services, information and applications hosted centrally or at other company locations. Techlogic services offers various circuit types (example scenario below) to meet requirements for cost, capacity, scalability, geographic availability, delivery timescales and Service Levels. Optionally, internet access can be made available within the core so Internet access and security policies can be centrally managed. MPLS provides “any-to-any” connectivity by default so a single circuit to an MPLS core removes the need for a mesh of point-to-point links between all sites. A second circuit from a customer site to the core protects all or a sub-set of the services carried down the primary circuit should a problem occur.
- Leading-edge MPLS technology for absolute privacy
- Choice, multiple access circuit suppliers
- Multiple, next-generation access technologies
- Best-of-breed security services
- Provider independence for increased resilience
- Full Quality of Service (QoS)
- Fully managed service
- Service Level Agreements covering service availability
- Support for network migrations, including project management, consultancy and professional services
- Portal providing monitoring and reporting