FORETHOUGHT.net Selects Telco Systems for Business Ethernet Services

  • Forethought
  • Telco Systems
MANSFIELD, MAFORETHOUGHT.net, a locally owned and operated service provider in Denver, Colo., has chosen Telco Systems’ carrier MPLS end-to-end solution for its business services fiber optic network. The new fiber network is designed to offer secure, highly scalable and resilient broadband Ethernet services for businesses across the Denver metro area.

FORETHOUGHT.net, which offers a full portfolio of enterprise-level cloud-computing, Internet, voice and data solutions, will be using Telco Systems’ MPLS demarcation and aggregation products to create a 100 percent fiber optic-based network, connecting hundreds of office buildings across the Denver metro area.

According to FORETHOUGHT.net president Jawaid Bazyar, “Using Telco Systems’ T-Metro and T-Marc MPLS solutions, we were able to gain the benefits of MPLS’ resiliency, redundancy and end-to-end control at a price competitive to other vendors’ Ethernet-only solutions.”

Telco Systems' Carrier Ethernet and MPLS-based T-Marc demarcation and T-Metro aggregation solutions are designed to create end-to-end Ethernet and MPLS networks that are more intelligent, self-healing and cost-effective than typical Carrier Ethernet-based offerings.

By helping carriers differentiate their services through flexible bandwidth management and service assurance via robust integrated OAM tools, Telco’s solutions enable operators to rapidly deploy new business services with improved user experience and assured SLA. End-to-end Ethernet/MPLS solutions combined with the company’s powerful service management system, EdgeGenie, lowers overall opex and capex to achieve a more favorable total cost of ownership by accelerating network planning, deployment and ongoing management of new services.

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