Internet & Phone Service
- Fiber Ethernet - The most efficient way to deliver pure data service. Ethernet solutions generally offer higher speeds and can scale up with retaliative ease. Multiple connection options exist depending on the carrier. Some connections can run using existing copper while most connections require fiber optic cable. Typically speeds are guaranteed and upload and download speeds are synchronous. Typical call to repair times are shorter than other services.
- MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) - This creates a private and secure connection between T1, ATM, Frame Relay and DSL connections.
- T1 (DS1) - 1.5Mbps synchronous connection that can provide private line or internet service along existing copper lines. Speed is slow and costly but can offer enterprise level service agreements and security features.
- DS3 - 45Mbps synchronous connection similar to a T1 line in its capabilities other than speed. This connection typically requires additional build-out services and has mostly been replaced by Fiber Ethernet.
- Cable - Internet service delivered via a copper coax line. Speeds typically have slower upload rates and might have data caps. This connection usually provides the most speed on a tight budget and when the customer does not require guaranteed access to bandwidth or an SLA.
- DSL (Digital subscriber line) - Internet service delivered via a phone line. Speeds are typically slower and well suited for small business or as a backup Internet source. Depending on the provider, some DSL connections can offer advanced services such as MPLS.
- SIP Trunks - IP delivered voice service. SIP trunks can be delivered through the Internet or from a private line from a telecommunications company. Internet delivered SIP can't guarantee voice quality while SIP delivered over a private line will be prioritized for higher quality.
- PRI (Primary Rate Interface) - Digital delivery of up to 23 voice channels also allows for the use of DIDs (Direct Inward Dialing).
- POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) - Analog phone lines delivered one line per copper pair. This technology is older than dirt and should be avoided where possible.
We present multiple options to better give our clients a choice with their voice and data connections. There are several ways to accomplish the same goal and MCS has years of experience with multiple carriers. Our goal is present multiple options to allow the customer to make an informed decision without the bias of dealing directly with a telecommunications company.
Why use MCS for Telecommunication Service?
MCS is not just a sales office. We engineer solutions that make sense with the hands on knowledge to back up what we recommend. There are no extra fees for working with a reseller like us and you get a local advocate in your corner who can assist with technical, billing, or quality issues. MCS can help find the perfect solution.
MCS works with AT&T, Comcast, Mediacom, Windstream, Verizon, Sprint, Global Crossing, Level 3, and more. We are also an ISP ourselves.