Get Connected with Marston’s Telecoms WAN MPLS and Data Connectivity
Working with Marston’s Telecoms, gives your organisation a great foundation for your data connectivity and wide area network needs, for the delivery of today’s multi-media business services.
Our UK wide, highly reliable network is based on MPLS technology with strategically located datacentres. This enables us to control and maintain data flows, with quality service for your application delivery, without the internet impacting performance at any stage. Using Marston’s Telecoms private cloud offerings, or hosting your servers and applications within our infrastructure, is ideal.
We peer with other leading service providers to ensure the continued high performance of business traffic. We also have multiple diverse routes into the internet, to match the most demanding needs for public cloud delivered services, or general internet usage.
Security is our highest priority, and we have policies in place throughout our network, to protect and monitor threat levels for your safety.
To reach our network from your organisation’s locations, Marston’s Telecoms deal with the UK’s leading ‘Last Mile’ providers. Depending on your geographic location and your exact business needs, there are usually a few options available.
For lower data business needs, DSL could provide the right solution. However, as data demands have increased, fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) has been rolled out across the UK and is now more readily available. FTTC is perfect, as businesses join their data and voice traffic onto a single connection. Should your needs be even higher, then Marston’s Telecoms can provide uncontended local data connections.
Our uncontended services are delivered as Ethernet, meaning your data is totally protected from other users outside of your organisation giving the maximum performance.
All of our fixed options are available at various speeds and prices. We will work with you to design the most appropriate solution based on your business requirements for your individual locations. In remote areas of poor infrastructure, our mobile data services can always provide an option back to the network. In addition, mobile networks can provide resilience in the event of a general connectivity outage or as extra ‘horsepower’ to aggregate bandwidth.