NexGen Networks to Manage Networks for Two Major International Banks
FREMONT, CA: The premier provider of fiber optic-based network solutions to the world’s top financial services firms and global enterprises, NexGen Networks has secured deals to manage global Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks for two prominent global banking firms. Having cited various key factors, the clients have decided to choose NexGen Networks as a service. The key elements include NexGen Networks’ extensive global presence, tailored, fully managed services at a high standard of operation, and flexible support for multiple classes of data traffic including voice, video, and data. NexGen Networks’ “service-surround” approach offers customers with varied support methods to deliver a resilient, all-around service package.
“NexGen has firmly established itself as an attractive choice for high-speed fiber-optic connections for organizations that require a high standard of managed network support in points of presence around the world,” says NexGen’s SVP of Business Development Edward Lawson. “These are the types of customers who demand a superior level of service and support that only a select group of providers can offer, and they continue to choose NexGen Networks to maintain critical parts of their business infrastructure.”
NexGen’s high-speed MPLS network helps organizations to avoid complex lookups in routing tables in favor of short path through its underlying NexGen fiber optic type 1 services and a DWDM Core Network. It enables businesses run networks that operate seamlessly at high speeds across disparate global locations. From small businesses to high profile international financial firms, NexGen helps a wide range of clients to secure the business though its proven ability to deliver dependable, ultra-high speed solutions with an unrivaled customer service focus across its entire suite of products.
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