In-building & Remote Internet Services
M2 nGage Communications provides customers with high speed, reliable Internet services that are scalable to meet the needs of businesses of all size, while showing your company an immediate cost saving. Our dedicated access products offer high-speed solutions for businesses that need high-performance and full-time dedicated Internet access. M2 nGage Communications supports your mission critical communications with high-bandwidth, full-time dedicated connections to multiple, redundant upstream carriers providing your business with the best reliability and uptime in the market. With M2 nGage Communications your business benefits from:
M2 nGage Communications aggregates bandwidth in the telecommunications facilities of commercial office buildings. Tenants in these buildings receive public Internet bandwidth via Ethernet handoffs terminated in their individual suites. This delivery method provides countless benefits over typical Internet services including faster installation and greater uptime for your business. Bandwidth is rate-limited to a certain speed from fractional T-1 speeds up to and exceeding 100 Mbps. Other advantages of Ethernet delivery are the scalability of the bandwidth speed and the ability to upgrade the bandwidth speed on-demand. Redundancy is achieved by using carrier and path diversity for transport to the M2 nGage POPs and multiple backbone providers at the POP level. Best of all, M2 nGage internet bandwidth services are fully-managed and monitored in real-time, 24/7/365, at M2 nGage’s Network Operations Center (NOC).
M2 nGage customers that are located in buildings that are not currently wired by M2 nGage receive our bandwidth services on a “remote” basis. Our minimum bandwidth level is 1.5 Mbps delivered via ILEC T-1 circuits that are mapped to a nearby M2 nGage POP. Customers are provided with a fully-managed router to accept the T-1. As with our “in-building” bandwidth service, all “remote” customers are fully managed and monitored in real-time, 24/7/365, at M2 nGage’s Network Operations Center (NOC).