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Multi-Carrier Solutions

Multi-Carrier Solutions

Caspian offers a variety of network solutions to both Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and their clientele. We have experience working with carriers to innovate their network to the latest systems as well as expand it to new areas.

Caspian is committed to helping you make the best choices for your network and installing the latest in adaptive networking to solidify your systems as quick and secure.

Dedicated Internet Access (DIA)

When you sign up for internet with a carrier, you’re inadvertently sharing your internet through a single cable with everyone in your area. By switching to a Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) connection, you establish an internet connection directly and only to your place of business. In other words, you’re not sharing your bandwidth with neighbors and others. That means you can enjoy upload speeds just as fast as download speeds. This type of internet performance will support your business when it’s needed most; DIA guarantees bandwidth reserved for your network. Since there are no restrictions on monthly uses through a DIA connection, you can host your own website, e-mail network, and other important applications with ease.

When you invest in your own network, outside threats become closed out; this strengthens your overall cybersecurity. If you find slow-speed satellite internet isn’t up to the task, let Caspian help you integrate a strong, fast, and secure internal network with your ISP through dedicated internet access.

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Ethernet

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Ethernet offers functionality to all of your network endpoints with less network maintenance. It is the traditional way of connecting devices in a wire local area network (LAN) or a wide area network (WAN). Compared to wireless LAN (WLAN) technology, Ethernet generally has fewer disruptions. Due to the fact that Ethernet connections are established through physical cabling, it generally has a higher degree of network security and control. In this sense, it’s difficult for outside threats to compromise the network to access valuable data or bandwidth.

Ethernet is used for its high speed, security, and reliability; Caspian is more than equipped to help you build your own internal network.

Dedicated Fiber Access

Fiber Internet Access (FIA) is an alternative to Ethernet that can give you the fastest internet service available. Fiber-optic internet lines transfer data using light instead of electricity, giving them a much higher bandwidth capacity. Light is not bound by the limitations of electricity conducting through copper wiring. Fiber internet connections can work at speeds up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps). For reference, copper-based internet speeds typically reach up to around 300 Mbps.

If you’re looking to run a signal a long distance, fiber-optic cables could be the way to go. Traditional copper cables are generally limited to a distance of 325 feet or less, and are only recommended for distances shorter than 100 meters. Multi-mode fiber cables can generally run up to 2000 meters, and single-mode fiber cables can maintain signal for even longer.

No matter what kind of connection you might need, Caspian is experienced in helping you determine the right cable for you and installing it into your network.

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Wireless

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Wireless broadband is similar to wired solutions in that they are able to establish an effective internet connection for your business, though they don’t require the same cabling. A Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) network uses radio waves to communicate with devices through a router – connecting several systems to the Internet at once. The router both creates a wireless computer network for your business and gives connected machines a shared gateway to the Internet. Nowadays, it’s very important to have a strong and secure WiFi for both your organization and its visitors – allowing you to

5G is the fifth generation of wireless network technology, and the latest and most powerful wireless connection available. In a 5G network, high amounts of data can be transmitted more efficiently than 4G LTE options. This results in stronger network reliability, faster upload/download speeds, and much more support than was previously available. 5G is not a substitution for WiFi, but it is an effective alternative when there is no WiFi, or only slow speeds are available. As many make the jump to 5G systems, it’s important for your organization’s network to be more quick and reliable than ever.

Caspian is a leading integrator of 5G technologies; we are committed to bringing your network into the next generation of innovation to change the way you work – for good.

GPON

A Gigabyte Passive Optical Network, or GPON, is one way to provide fiber connection to your business though a point-to-multipoint access network. A GPON uses passive splitters in the fiber distribution network, enabling one single feeding fiber from a provider to reach multiple end-users (up to 64). A single fiber can deliver video, data, and voice signal. GPON also has the benefit of saving costs for moves and other changes, and is becoming increasingly popular in today’s ever-changing tech applications.

Caspian is experienced in integrating GPON. Find out how we can help your network by contacting us below:

 

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SD WAN

Depiction of global worldwide network connecting to various cities, nations, and more around the world through enhanced network connectivity.

Over the past few years, there have been significant changes in wide-area networks, particularly through software-defined wireless area networks, or SD-WANs. It has changed how network specialist optimize connectivity as broad as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), frame relay, and digital subscriber lines. In an SD-WAN, wide-area networks use software to control the connectivity between data centers and remote branches or cloud instances securely.

Deploying an SD-WAN can include ensuring existing routers or vCPE run certain versions of software. An SD-WAN’s ability to manage multiple connections from MPLS to broadband to LTE and partition traffic make it very popular. Caspian has been implementing SD-WAN technology since it was made possible in the early 2010’s.

If your business is in need of an SD-WAN, or other network solution, contact Caspian below and we will get back to you shortly.

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