The Kelia ConnectSwitch product set allows for a flexible, competitively priced solution whatever your connectivity requirements as below: -
Mobile Broadband - Utilising 4G technologies to provide mobile broadband into any given area for flexible connectivity. We can provide a straight O2 or Vodafone offering (with or without hardware) or take advantage of the new Kelia roaming SIM which aggregates the four main providers; O2, Vodafone, Three & EE. Once inserted into a device, the SIM will search these four providers and select the carrier with the strongest signal. In the event that the selected carrier loses signal strength, the device will search for the next strongest signal. This solution can be provisioned with a public IP address to comply with requirements such as PCI. This solution is best for flexible solutions such as temporary / back up or immediate connectivity requirements.
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)- Offering traditional broadband services with speeds of up to 16Mb/s downstream with or without hardware. This solution is best for cheap connectivity or home worker solutions with no real time application requirements such as hosted voice.
FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) - Offering higher speed broadband with services up to 80Mb/s downstream with or without hardware. This solution is best for smaller businesses with cloud requirements such as hosted voice.
Leased Line - State of the art fibre connections into your business offering symmetrical speeds up to 10Gb/s. The service comes with a managed router and a stringent SLA offering defined fix times. This solution is best for large businesses with high speed access requirements and/or cloud requirements such as hosted voice or hosted desktop.
MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) - When two or more internet connections (as above) need to communicate securely then Kelia can provide an MPLS solution allowing for a private WAN (Wide Area Network). MPLS also allows you to define traffic profiles prioritising certain types of traffic. MPLS as a technology is slowly being replaced by SD-WAN which addresses some of the shortcomings of MPLS.
SD-WAN (Software Defined-Wide Area Network) - As businesses have shifted to the cloud, the traditional way of building WANs has become increasingly expensive with service configuration and deployment taking too long. SD-WAN takes a more flexible approach as below: -
Please see below "Connectivity-Overview" PDF to download for more information.