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Connectivity Services

Reliable internet connectivity is not only a necessity but can also be a strategic advantage for an organization. Finding the right carrier with the most cost-effective solution for your needs can be challenging and time-consuming. Myriad can save you countless headaches by putting years of expertise and elite partnerships to work for you. Spend your time on your business; let Myriad negotiate to get you the tools you need.

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  • Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) is a technology that allows data from different sources to be put together on an optical fiber, where each signal carried at the same time will be on its own separate light wavelength.
  • This technology involves bundling copper phone wires to transport an Ethernet broadband signal from the carrier to your business. Since this is a bundling of telephone wires, it is much less costly than regular Ethernet, and can be delivered as an internet facing or private network service.
    Ethernet-over-copper (EoC) Ethernet-over-copper (EoC)
  • Connectivity through fiber optic cable gives you the highest capacity for fast communications for telephone calls and internet use. It is high quality and cost effective and customers can enjoy their high-speed connectivity.
    Fiber Connectivity Fiber Connectivity
  • Fixed wireless is used to connect two locations (such as a building to building) with a wireless link in order to enable data communications between the two locations.
    Fixed Wireless Fixed Wireless
  • While an MPLS service can connect your local offices to each other, we can now connect your international offices so your business is not affected by potential disasters.
    Local & International Transit Local & International Transit
  • A Metro Ethernet allows subscribers to connect to a larger service network. This allows businesses to use a metro ethernet to connect to their own offices or to each other.
    Metro Ethernet Metro Ethernet
  • MPLS and VPLS services have some similar characteristics such as allowing for VPNs between sites, quality of service assurances, site-to-site communications, and other support for IP-based services. There are a few differences between the two services. Let us help you choose the right one!
  • A VPN extends your private network across a public network and allows computers to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if it was connected to the private network. VPNs allow you to securely access your company's intranet while traveling outside the office.
    Virtual Private Network Virtual Private Network
  • A point-to-point connection refers to a communications connection between two endpoints, such as two telephones that are connected to teach other via a telephone call. Now you can have a fixed wireless data communications plan for communications over internet.
    Point-to-point Point-to-point

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