Secure Ethernet Communications
for the Kalamazoo, MI Area
Welcome to CTS Telecom, your source for the Secure Ethernet Kalamazoo, MI trusts. Whether you need localized bandwidth or are searching for a plan to serve your growing business communication needs, we offer personalized engineering solutions, with live, local support to answer all of your questions.
CTS Telecom has been in business for 15 years, serving the West Michigan areas for their data needs. Whether you are considering replacing your current telephone communication system with a VOIP (Voice over IP) protocol, or want to elevate your existing communications network to EPL networks, especially if you are considering expanding or opening new offices, CTS Telecom has the experience to assess your needs, in a quick and professional manner. EPL (Ethernet Private Line) and EVPL (Ethernet Virtual Private Line) technology offers flexible data connections for multiple locations, as well as assorted bandwidth sizes to meet your individual needs. CTS Telecom owns and operates an existing 700 mile fiber network, and operates out of a custom shop, tailor-making the pipes and EPLs to every customer they serve, as well as having the most accessible customer service in the industry.
CTS Telecom has serviced many types of businesses with high demand for secure, flexible data solutions, including hospitals, large corporations, schools, manufacturing companies and government contractors. Contact us to answer your questions and requests to upgrade your Secure Ethernet, Kalamazoo businesses rely on us for their voice, data, and internet needs.
Ethernet Virtual Private Line
Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) is a data service defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum, providing a point-to-point Ethernet connection between a pair of User–network interfaces (UNIs).
EVPL service is specified using an E-Line service type, very similar to a Ethernet Private Line (EPL) service, via a point-to-point Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC). However, unlike EPL, EVPL allows for Service Multiplexing, i.e., multiple EVCs or Ethernet services per UNI.
The other difference between the EVPL and EPL is the degree of transparency - while EPL is highly transparent, filtering only the Pause frames, EVPL is required to either peer or drop most of the Layer 2 Control Protocols.
Contact us to answer your questions and requests to upgrade your Secure Ethernet, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek businesses rely on us for their voice, data, and internet needs.