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What is Ethernet over Copper Access?
Ethernet over Copper, or EoC, uses copper transmission lines rather that fiber optics. By using a proprietary modulation scheme, existing copper telco pair can be bonded to transport Ethernet bandwidths from 3 to 50 Mbps.

How Do You Connect to an MPLS Network?
Popular access connections are T1 lines, DS3 bandwidth, fixed location wireless, Ethernet over Copper and fiber optic services. In some cases, business grade DSL may also be used to save cost.

When Should You Use VPLS?
VPLS might be the right service for your company or organization if you need to connect anywhere from a few to a few dozen locations as if they were on a single Local Area Network. Advantages of this approach, compared to a private network arrangement with individual point to point connections back to headquarters, include lower latency, higher efficiency, and lower cost... perhaps much lower cost.

Advantages of Managed MPLS WAN
By turning your WAN network operations over to a MPLS networking carrier, you unload the burden of constant monitoring and network management and you’ll also likely realize a significant cost savings.

MPLS Network Speeds
MPLS networks can run at any network speed and are being adopted by major carriers as the multipoint to multipoint technology of choice. For this reason, MPLS is fast replacing Frame Relay.


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