Single point of contact

Organizations that use multiple network providers with a single point of contact reduce their costs and improve their flexibility, availability and performance.

Single point of contact

Reducing costs

Studies by Gartner show that choosing a multiprovider network may reduce the overall network costs by 20% to 30% compared with a single provider network, where a small number of sites will consume an unreasonably large portion of the connectivity budget due to their «exotic» location.

 

Hybrid technology

The hybrid technology approach addresses both global and local needs by combining a global WAN link (e.g. MPLS) for corporate traffic and local internet breakouts which, when combined with IP VPN and automatic failover capabilities, can double as a backup link to a corporate network.

 

Local internet breakouts

Secure local internet breakouts improve performance and the user experience by offloading the WAN and reducing latency. They also enable users to access local media content, which is often available in a specific country.

 

Single point of contact

To manage all providers and ensure consistent network performance, a single point of contact that takes the management burden off the organization is of great importance. In addition, an independent single point of contact monitors all involved parties 24x7, provides the technical expertise and will also be able to consolidate cross-network services, such as access control, security or compliance.

 

Further benefits for your business:

  • End-to-end latency, line quality and SLA-compliance monitoring
  • Easier meshing
  • Easier service sourcing and management
  • Broader range of service choices
  • More competition from regional or niche players
  • Flexibility in changing providers
  • Higher competition between providers
  • Hybrid capacity management
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