Teliphone Navigata-Westel signs with Multapplied Networks to bring alternatives to Ethernet to business clients.
Vancouver-Based CLEC plans to deliver ethernet-like internet services to business clients across Canada.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – (01/29/14) – Independent British Columbia-Based Teliphone Navigata-Westel (TNW) today announced its partnership with Multapplied Networks, the leading provider of internet access bonding solutions. The new partnership allows TNW to sell Ethernet alternatives to its business clients across Canada.
“The bonded market is exploding,” explains TNW’s Vice-President of Product Development and Marketing Eric Unrau. “We’re excited to be able to offer some very competitive products in now in areas where we aren’t able to deliver our fiber solutions.
“Now, we can give customers a choice,” Mr Unrau continues, referring to the latest products to be rolled out by the Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. Teliphone Navigata Westel will offer two SLA-based products to the market beginning in January of 2014. Business customers will be able to get both a 50Mbps (Downlink) by 5Mbps (Uplink) as well as a 100Mbps (Down) by 10Mbps (Uplink) in most serviced geographies.
“We’re very pleased to have TNW as a delivery partner,” comments Jake McGuire. “TNW is a leading CLEC with the perfect mix of services and facilities for Bonded Internet. We see this partnership as a major growth play for Multapplied, and we’re confident the value is equally appreciated by TNW.”
Bonded Internet, the brand name for the service, is developed by Multapplied Networks and is distributed globally through a network of channel partners. The service allows business clients to combine the bandwidth of multiple internet/access connections. The bonded service is delivered as a single IP address – making the management of the LAN as easy as if the customer had only a single connection. On top of the bandwidth improvements, bonded internet provides customers increased uptime when the connections are from different service providers, or from different delivery points (Central offices).
“At TNW, the customer experience is critical to our business,” explains Mr Unrau. “This new service will give customers the ability to operate using a high-speed, high-availability network connection, but without the usually high price tag associated with fiber.” Mr Unrau also points out that for multi-site enterprises, the savings in cost quickly add up, making the service ideal for its distributed enterprise clients.
About Teliphone Navigata-Westel
From its beginnings as BC Rail Telecom in 1957 to its recent evolution to Teliphone Navigata-Westel, the company is now one of the largest independent facilities based Competitive Local Exchange Carriers in Canada. We provide voice, data, Internet broadband, IT Support, Cloud Computing, Next Layer Co-location, Data Centres, and IPTV service across Canada.
We service carriers, business, government, and residential clients from coast to coast in Canada on our national infrastructure which includes a wireless microwave backhaul network, a trans-Canadian SONET Fibre Optic Network, and multiple CLEC/ILEC mutual Co-facilities. Teliphone also operates a US network and its voice and IPTV services are available in 47 countries.
Teliphone also owns and operates the New York Telecommunications Exchange (NYTEX) the world’s first neutral international telecommunications commodity exchange. In addition to the exchange, NYTEX works in conjunction with telecom regulators in developing economies in Africa, providing them a powerful platform to manage and control their international voice traffic.
With our extraordinary team of professionals, our ambition is nothing less than to give our clients the best telecom experience ever provided.
About Multapplied Networks
Multapplied Networks is a network software developer with the vision of delivering cost-effective network products that multiply internet performance for corporate networks around the world. Our Bonded Internet™ software service combines the bandwidth of multiple Internet/access connections to provide customers with faster, more reliable networks. Bonded Internet™ is currently offered through distribution and implementation partners operating in Europe, Australia, and North America. The company began developing and deploying Bonded Internet™ in 2008. Since rebranding as Multapplied Networks in October of 2012, the company has become the leader in the category.
For more information on the service, please visit: https://www.multapplied.net
Service Providers looking to offer Bonded Internet™ to their customers are asked to contact Multapplied’s sales department at 866-578-6957.