WAN Consolidation

The Wide Area Network consolidation of multiple networks across various business locations, hosted equipment, and data centers not only provides considerable cost savings, but also improves reliability, uptime, and security for your entire company.

As the demand for offsite data storage continues to rise and businesses look to interconnect numerous locations, it’s increasingly important to have fast, reliable, and affordable WAN connectivity. The consolidation of an enterprise IT infrastructure to one central network can save a company up to 40% on their monthly networking costs.

The Benefits of WAN Consolidation:

    • Secure, private network between all office locations
    • Reduced hardware costs
    • Ability to control QoS & CoS in-network
    • Elimination of VPN services
    • Reduced management via a single network
    • Reduced bandwidth costs
    • Single point of contact for entire WAN
    • Easily controlled remote office traffic and security
    • 24x7x365 Network Monitoring and Management

How it Works

WAN consolidation enables your business to build a “flat network” between multiple office locations and co-location facilities by installing direct Point-to-Point connections between business sites and data center facilities. This direct connection enables private, secure connectivity between offices, data centers, and hosted equipment without the need for a VPN or remote access service.

A single secure firewall can protect both the colocation and office networks, minimizing security costs. WAN solutions allow businesses to take advantage of the lowest pricing while enjoying the benefit of a single point of contact for billing, project management, and 24/7×365 support.

Backed by Industry-Leading Service Level Agreements

AxiaTP’s WAN services maintain a 99.99% uptime guarantee that is backed by industry leading service level agreements. We proactively monitor and manage all of our connections and our customer support team is on call 24x7x365 to quickly respond to your concerns.

Learn more about wide area network consolidation from these short videos.

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