21 January 2014

Verizon facilitates e-business with expanded private IP service support

Businesses looking for secure networks to deliver e-business applications and secure business-to-business e-commerce can look to Verizon Communications' expanding Private IP services network. 

The company recently expanded into 10 additional countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions. In the Middle East and Asia Pacific, Verizon business and wholesale customers now have additional access to Private IP Multiprotocol Private Label Switching (MPLS) services in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen. Verizon has also added another location in Chennai, India, to provide additional access to MPLS services which benefits customers with network resiliency and extended reach.

Verizon's MPLS services support dynamic bandwidth and the ability to connect sites in an any-to-any configuration, enabling easier customer network configuration and management.

Said Mike Palmer, VP of strategic solutions, Verizon product strategy and product management: "To stay ahead of our customers' needs, we'll continue to add new locations and provide reliable, secure and scalable network services that enable our customers to successfully grow their businesses."

US-based Verizon Communications delivers broadband and other wireless and wireline communications services to consumer, business, government and wholesale customers.