Mission critical networks provide organizations an optimized, resilient, reliable, highly secure and scalable infrastructure.
Does your mission critical network need MPLS?
In most organizations, a sub 100ms convergence time in case of fault is acceptable, however, there are specific cases where a faster re-convergence in the core of the network is required.
MPLS (multi-protocol label switching) has been designed for service providers and larger mission critical enterprises, such as rail.
MPLS provides a highly scalable, highly flexible, secure, robust multi-tenant network with a sub 50ms convergence time, and a high level of traffic engineering. It also supports legacy protocols such as SDH or analog, while providing true traffic and resource reservation across the network.