What is MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching)?

– MPLS stands for
multi-protocol label switching. It’s a type of data-carrying service that uses short path labels rather than long network addresses. MPLS works by assigning labels
to packets of information as they leave a network. Instead of looking up
IP header information the network simply reads the MPLS label and whisks the packet along
via a predetermined path. A perfect solution for
prioritising the delivery of specific types of data. It’s faster, more reliable, delivers a higher quality of service, and operates with enhanced
security features. When it comes to the scalability
of more complex networks, MPLS allows you to configure your network in a far less resource-intensive way. If an MPLS sounds like something you’d like for your business, just fill in the form
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