Consolidated Communications rolls out MPLS services in northern New England

Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ: CNSL) says it now offers its Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) service in its northern New England footprint. The service provider expects the offering to appeal to businesses in the region looking for reliable, secure private WAN services.

Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ: CNSL) says it now offers its Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) service in its northern New England footprint. The service provider expects the offering to appeal to businesses in the region looking for reliable, secure private WAN services.

The fully managed MPLS service is available via variety of access methods and comes in multiple speeds and classes of services, with scalable bandwidth options and network monitoring. The services join SD-WAN, Cloud Peer Connect, BusinessOne, and DDoS Mitigation in the Consolidated Communications portfolio.

“MPLS is another great benefit Consolidated Communications is bringing to businesses in Northern New England,” says Doug Abolt, vice president of commercial product management at Consolidated Communications. “When Consolidated Communications merged with FairPoint one year ago, we committed to enhance and expand the products and services available, ultimately giving businesses in-demand solutions that are increasingly suited to meet their needs and backed by a national fiber network. We have made significant progress on bringing new solutions to the region, including our latest MPLS offering, and look forward as we continue to expand our business offerings to meet the growing needs of our customers.”

Overall, Consolidated Communications serves customers over a 23-state service area via a fiber-optic network spanning more than 36,000 fiber route miles.

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