Why Businesses Are Moving to All IP Networks

  • Providing an infrastructure for fixed and mobile networks while keeping costs down is critical.
  • 4G, IP VPN, and cloud are in the mix.
  • Learn how to address the complex needs of your network in our white paper.

Today’s new networking standards make working with older technologies a challenge. The need for WAN services that are “always on” and available “anywhere” has instigated the necessity for highly scalable, reliable, and traffic-engineered IP architectures with mobile and remote access to IP VPN. Unscalable, rigid, and uneconomical legacy VPNs and fixed leased lines just won’t cut it.

Yet keeping costs down is essential. In fact, your IT department is probably under more pressure to deliver more services, IT resources, and applications with less budget and staff than ever before. Everyone wants to take full advantage of technology to enhance operations, improve communications, and build customer service, while at the same time minimizing operating costs.

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The solution lies in migrating multiple layers of various networks to a common IP infrastructure, which is not only cost efficient, but results in enhanced flexibility and productivity.

If your enterprise is like most, your network needs are complex, involving such prerequisites as 4G LTE access, IP VPN, unified communications, data center services, Ethernet and access to cloud. IP networking platforms that enable these services with built-in security and support for a broad variety of software applications eliminate the complexity and challenge of working with outdated equipment. Plus, they allow you to focus on your core business.

Lee Sheehan Senior Marketing Manager AT&T About Lee