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SolveForce Integrates Rhode Island MPLS Network Services, Ethernet Fiber, VoIP, PBX and SIP Phones, Internet T1 Service and T3 Bandwidth in RI.

October 7, 2012

SolveForce Announces Rhode Island Cable Broadband Internet Service, MPLS Service, Hosted PBX and VoIP Systems, Dark Fiber Networks, T1 Line Service and T3 Internet Connections throughout the State of Rhode Island.

Providence, Rhode Island (PRWEB) October 07, 2012

SolveForce brings to Rhode Island its latest launch of its world class service to the business community. The company will be offering a variety of telecommunication services. This includes VoIP and a range of Internet services. Dedicated and private networks are available like Business Ethernet, T1 Lines, T3 Lines, Rhode Island MPLS, VPN and VPLS networks.

Warwick can benefit from new technologies like MPLS. This innovative technology is an upgrade of Metro Ethernet. It allows greater amounts of data to be transferred at faster speeds. It is also more reliable than other Ethernet services. This is one of the many innovative technologies that SolveForce offers.

Cranston businesses can have services like Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet that are made available to them through Ethernet over Fiber and Ethernet over Copper technology. Customers can use fast speed Internet services. This up-to-date technical knowledge makes SolveForce a leader in the telecommunications industry.

Metro Ethernet can be provided to Pawtucket. It can supply residential and business locations. These services are good for supplying many locations within the metropolitan area. This is good for businesses large and small who have local offices.

Point to Point Lines are available in Woonsocket. These lines can be used for Metro Ethernet, MPLS and dedicated services. The data is transferred from one location to another and is faster because it uses a direct route. It is also more secure as there are less interruptions.

DSL, VoIP and Satellite Internet services can be used in Newport. These services will all save businesses money. This is a cheaper type of online access that services businesses within a close distance. Phone services can be managed via the Internet which makes them cheaper and more convenient. There is less maintenance and management than a regular phone system making it very cost effective.

Providence can have services that are completely exclusive to a company like a T1 Line or a T3 Line Providers. Businesses using these services will find that data can be transferred more securely and will be faster due to the fact that lines will not be shared. Dedicated lines can have up to a scalable amount of ports and will support voice traffic as well as other data.

Other services provided in Rhode Island revolve around Cloud Computing such as Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and much in the Cloud Services vertical.

SolveForce is the leading telecommunications company in the industry since 2004. They offer more to their customers than any other company. They have partnered with top LEC and CLEC providers for their customers to get the best selection of services. Additionally they have instant quotes on their website to allow customers to find the right price for services for their businesses. SolveForce was given an award for ranking the top new sales Telarus Partner.

A representative of the company was heard to say “SolveForce is the leader in the telecommunications industry.” word in the office is “SolveForce has the cutting edge when it comes to up-to-date technology.” Another company officer stated, “SolveForce provides quality service and low prices that cannot be matched.”

SolveForce.com LLC can be reached at (888) 765-8301 via toll free or visit their website at Rhode Island Telecom Services. Especially if an entity is interested in their expertise, best of all there is no charge to the customer.

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