When it comes to voice, internet and data networking services, it can be hard to sift through all of the options. That’s why at ACR Solutions, we specialize in helping you finding the solutions you need to succeed — no matter how many locations you have or where they’re located.
Voice service is one of the backbone functions of everyday operations. We can help you find just what you need with several options.
Session initiation protocol turns every call into a local call, which means cost savings, and on a simpler, easier to manage network.
When you want plain, simple phone service–or you don’t have access to the bandwidth for voice over internet protocol (VoIP) service–this is where you turn.
Toll free numbers provide one great service for callers: the ability to call a business without cost. The added value encourages callers to make the call.
Internet services come in a variety of styles, each with their own inherent benefits and drawbacks.
Fiber connectivity isn’t available everywhere, but where it is, it offers some of the fastest speeds and lowest latency figures. It’s a high performer that delivers a powerful connection.
Dependent on coaxial cable, there are some limitations–lower speeds and occasional bandwidth caps–but it’s a reliable workhorse that shows up in many places.
Broadband covers other options that are more commonly available, including fixed microwave and digital subscriber line (DSL). These are more widely available, but often don’t have the performance of cable and fiber.
Keeping the network running in-house makes sure everyone on the network has access to the necessary information and bandwidth, when it’s needed.
Ethernet is more of a localized connection, but still vital for getting the most of these connections. Generally used to establish a local area network, it’s vital for any office of more than one user.
Software defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) works particularly well for users with branch offices separated by distance. It helps provide lower latency for better connections.
Multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) offers an improvement by focusing on shorter path labels rather than network addresses. The shorter path labels make for more efficient operation.
Private lines draw on dedicated circuits, and generally are used to connect two points of operation. That means less outside accessibility and greater privacy.