Give your multi-site business a boost with Epsilon’s private, high-performance global network and enhance the responsiveness of your business applications.
How MPLS IP VPN Works
The primary connectivity of Epsilon’s IP VPN service are Ethernet circuits from the customer site or data centre to Epsilon’s MPLS fabric. This can be either Epsilon’s Data Centre Interconnect, or a partner’s Layer 2 (L2) Ethernet service or Layer 3 (L3) service.
In addition to L2 Ethernet access, Epsilon can also connect sites over an Internet service, which can be from Epsilon or by the Enterprise. SLAs will only be provided for Internet services by Epsilon.
The following bandwidths are available:
- From 2M to 10M: in increments of 2M
- From 10M to 100M: in increments of 10M
- From 100M to 1Gb: in increments of 100M
- From 1G to 10G: in increments of 1G
ACCESS RESILIENCE OPTIONS
Building a End-to-end Network of Your Choice
Last mile access may be configured with primary and secondary links from customer sites, in the form of private Ethernet circuits. The following last mile access configurations are offered:
Keeping Your Business Data Connected
Epsilon’s IP VPN solution ensures that your global business sites and data are connected to a flexible, private network and provides capacity, visibility, and self-service features for greater control.
Get a glimpse of how our solutions can support your core business functions more effectively and efficiently through uninterrupted, secure global connectivity for your users and devices anywhere, every time.
Driven by global mobility to support your growing mobile workforce?
Gain low latency, end-to-end connectivity across multiple business sites globally, even in remote locations through an optimal combination of network services to ensure the sustainability and security of your business operations.
Seeking guaranteed bandwidth for mission-critical applications such as VoIP and Video Conferencing?
Efficiently prioritise your network traffic based on application type through Epsilon’s IP VPN’s Quality of Service (QoS) to minimise jitter and packet loss for mission-critical applications to improve application delivery and enhance performance and user experience.
Epsilon’s IP VPN supports three levels of QoS:
- Gold for applications such as Voice and Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)
- Silver for business-critical applications such as SAP or Citrix
- Bronze for email and general Internet browsing
Require a new WAN strategy to support your increasing reliance on cloud-based applications?
Adopting an agile, application-oriented, and dynamic network solution such as Epsilon’s IP VPN will aid in improving cloud-based applications’ performance and lower latency to enable cloud connectivity on demand.
Frequently Asked Questions
Epsilon’s Internet Protocol Virtual Private Network (IP VPN) uses multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) technology to provide multi-site businesses with the security expected of a private network. It holds significant benefits of a shared network in terms of cost and optimal connectivity.
Epsilon’s IP VPN service is a Layer 3 any-to-any private Wide Area Network (WAN) service that is bundled with managed Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) for end-to-end managed connectivity that is efficient and secure.
This solution is suitable for a variety of site types ranging from data centres to regional offices and branches. Last mile access can be delivered via a private Ethernet service or Internet via IPSec tunnels depending on your business requirements.
There is no guaranteed Quality of Service when utilising the Internet as an access method. However, Epsilon’s access solution secures all Internet connectivity with IPsec from the CPE to a gateway to MPLS.
Epsilon’s IP VPN includes cloud routing to Virtual Private Clouds on Microsoft Azure, AWS, Google and more. The virtual instance in the cloud then becomes an end point in the network where any user can connect to it.
IP VPN provides greater flexibility and control of one’s network, compared to MPLS. In addition to relying on MPLS infrastructure to provide a secure, private network, IP VPN can also operate on the public Internet to connect sites.