Claranet are rolling out MPLS Superfast Broadband across Ireland. Expanding on its current MPLS Ethernet and Broadband offering, the new service will offer fast speeds of up to 100Mbps, filling the gap between the existing broadband services which Claranet currently provides.
As cloud services and web applications become more popular and increasingly sophisticated, businesses are expecting their technology provider to offer higher bandwidth and faster download speeds. Claranet are looking to the future by rolling out a powerful and reliable MPLS network infrastructure that can cope with any technical requirements. The superfast broadband will be available to all businesses across Ireland and Claranet is expecting an extremely high demand for the new service.
Many large commercial organisations, especially those in retail and finance, are looking for enhanced network connectivity that can cope with continual fluctuations in usage and is capable of processing large volumes of data during times of peak demand.
Smaller offices will also benefit from the new service, as additional sites can be easily incorporated into the company’s wider network estate while allowing applications such as Skype or video conferencing to be fully utilised.
Dave Palmer, Head of Network Design at Claranet UK, talked about the growing demand for improved network connectivity: “Businesses across the country are capitalising on the latest innovations, including cloud computing, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence which all depend on having a fast, powerful and reliable internet connection to operate effectively. Our MPLS Superfast Broadband service will empower Irish businesses to take advantage of these sophisticated technologies, enabling them to achieve their digital transformation objectives and vastly improve their customer experience offering.”
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