Traditional MPLS or SD-WAN?

Before SD-WAN or Software Defined Networking came along to provide the benefits of a network defined or built at the software layer and not in the carrier core, to traditionally hardware-based networking, there was Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), a protocol for efficient network traffic flow between two or more locations. MPLS is still a global leading solution for customers looking for a core managed network and not internet links at each site. With our access to all major Australian Data Carriers, we offer a unique MPLS product with multiple carrier options.

MPLS using Fibre

Fibre is becoming more prevalent in all major cities in Australia, as carriers build out there fibre networks. At NEXION Networks, MPLS and fibre solutions is at our core. Anyone can build a network, but only a few can build a fully redundnat, reliable and secure network.

National Backbone

It's all about the best link at each location.

Having invested heavily in our wholesale interconnect at our Data Centre in Perth and at key national locations, we are able to provide MPLS solutions from all major carriers to even the most remote location. NEXION Private Network (VPN) allows you to integrate your data, voice and video needs to a single converged network environment. Capitalising on the carriers MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) core network infrastructure, it implements fine-tuned traffic control to cater for different types of communication.

Fast and Scalable – Large choice of high-speed access services including ADSL2+, Ethernet and Fibre Ethernet. Scalable bandwidth options up to symmetrical 10gb.

Cost Effective – No matter which access service you choose, our MPLS offers flat and unlimited plans at highly competitive rates.

Managed Service – Our MPLS offers multiple management levels to meet your business requirements, including full configuration, deployment and manage equipment at each of your network sites.

Security – Your traffic is segregated from other customers and the public Internet and protected by the MPLS backbone.