Virtual private networks
A virtual private network (VPN) is a network in which a customer is able to connect multiple sites using digital technology’s shared infrastructure with the same administrative policies as a private network. The path between two systems in a VPN, and the characteristics of that path, might also be determined (wholly or partially) by our policy. This yields a number of different services that we can provide according to the customer’s needs and requirements.
A VPN may have best-effort performance, or may have a defined service level agreement (SLA). VPN could have a simple topology such as point-to-point or a rather complex one such as an MPLS connection with commuters’ capabilities and internet access.
Digital technology puts the experts and gears at your service through a partnership with your business, interconnecting your sites and networks and creating the perfect network space you need with an easy, available and economical bundle of the services we provide.