Connectivity

Network connectivity has never been more important to business operations. To fully realize the benefits of cloud computing it is imperative that you have a reliable, high-speed and secure internet connection. This is why GCI has developed strategic partnerships with over 100 carriers and suppliers to provide our customers with the best possible telecom, internet and data network options.No matter what size business, location or connectivity need you have – GCI can help you separate hype from fact and provide you with network services that meet your specific needs at the possible lowest cost.

Why GCI is the right partner for your data/telecom networking needs:

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Organizations operating in multiple geographic locations require employees, clients, and vendors to function efficiently in a single reliable network. Wide area networks (WANs) empower remote stakeholders to communicate and collaborate securely under one network, as if located within the same four walls.

The introduction of cheap bandwidth has significantly changed WAN technology. MPLS, VPLS, Broadband, FTTC, xDSL, fiber, copper EFM, 3G or 4G, and point-to-point: All serve a specific purpose for organizations today, and each has strengths and weaknesses based upon an organization’s geographic location and IT infrastructure.

Whether DSL or Cable high speed Internet, Wi-Fi connectivity, or Mobile Broadband, all broadband networks are not created equal. Each carrier displays unique strengths and weaknesses depending on the region of the country you’re located and your business need.
SIP Trunking allows businesses to reap VoIP-like benefits with legacy systems, without investing in new infrastructure. Using SIP, you can consolidate all your communication systems, including data and voice into one bill and a single point of contact.
A business Ethernet connection offers low latency and higher bandwidths at a lower cost than a T1 line. Ethernet service will support voice, video and data applications with scalable flexibility.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a highly scalable packet-switched network solution that increases traffic performance in high usage networks. MPLS assigns data packets with specific labels, thus routing data through virtual paths between nodes rather than endpoints. MPLS supports DSL, TI/E1, Frame Relay and ATM.
Virtual Private Networks (VPN) use encryption and tunneling to extend your company’s private network across a public network, like the Internet. By utilizing the right VPN solution, your business can operate between regional offices and remote/roaming users as if directly connected to your private network. VPN solutions are often cheaper than MPLS and are an excellent choice for data recovery because they can quickly reroute traffic to a secure data recovery sites during emergencies.
Business class fixed line wireless is a viable alternative to traditional hardline connections. With speeds ranging from 1.5Mbps to 1000Mbps, fixed line wireless service provides a reliable and secure connection that is scalable to meet varying demand. Because there are no hard lines to run, fixed line wireless can often be installed in a matter of days. This also makes it the perfect option for short-term internet needs. The downside of fixed line wireless is that service availability is limited, in most cases, to large metropolitan areas

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