Mobilize a Secure and Scalable Virtual Private Network With AT&T MPLS

AT&T knows that growing enterprise businesses need a reliable VPN solution to help them coordinate staff and data across the country, or even the globe. With AT&T and a VPN hosted over Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology, you get a VPN solution with great performance, scalability, and security.

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AT&T Virtual Private Networks with MPLS Technology

VPNs are increasingly important for flexible and scalable workforces. That's why AT&T offers VPN solutions with MPLS technology. Never sacrifice performance, always support growth, with AT&T.

Is AT&T VPN Right for Your Business?

If you're running a multi-location business with remote staff, data centers, and cloud services and storage, then AT&T MPLS could be exactly what you need. Watch this video to learn about AT&T VPN solutions, powered by MPLS.

Bundle AT&T Solutions on a Single MPLS VPN Setup

Hosting a VPN isn't just about a private network: it's about hosting data and security services over a secure and high-performance connection. Watch this video to learn about IP connectivity that can enable remote access, voice, data, and security in a single connection.

What Is AT&T MPLS?

MPLS is a high-performance technology that lets your private network run over a public Internet connection, without access to the Internet. Read this infographic to learn more about how MPLS is impacting large businesses and their voice, data, and storage needs.

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MPLS Solutions from AT&T

MPLS isn't just for VPN. Here's some information on how customers are using AT&T MPLS for local and global communications and business support.

Ocean Network Express: A Case Study

When ONE needed a global communication system for their shipping operation, they turned to AT&T MPLS VPN solutions. See what executives at ONE said about their experience with AT&T.

Hybrid MPLS and SD-WAN Solutions

MPLS isn't just for VPNs. AT&T customers are starting to turn out for a hybrid SD-WAN solution that uses MPLS for a virtual private network, cloud solution, and secure communication infrastructure.

Oakland County Road Commission: A Case Study

Oakland County struggled with traffic congestion and wanted to build a smart traffic system to address the issue. AT&T VPN solutions turned out as the best way to build a network traffic system that was secure, fast, and flexible.

Connect to the Cloud and Boost Performance

Since AT&T MPLS is a high-performance VPN solution, it offers the kind of real-time performance that you would expect from a modern VPN technology. With AT&T, you can connect to the cloud using AT&T NetBond® for low latency communication. At the same time, you can enjoy speeds up to 100 Gbps and inherent protection from DDoS attacks and spoofing. That means great performance and security without compromising.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is an MPLS VPN?

AT&T MPLS is an implementation of MPLS routing with AT&T network connectivity. Customers can use AT&T MPLS as the backbone for AT&T VPN solutions.

Simply put, MPLS provides a fast and reliable way to use reliable VPN access for your enterprise business across multiple locations. Furthermore, MPLS is the backbone for many other enterprise solutions, such as AT&T SD-WAN.

What is SD-WAN vs MPLS?

SD-WAN is a combination of hardware and software that defines a private network for your business, and typically works on top of existing network software and hardware. Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is an underlay of networking tech that defines how to route traffic in a WAN environment.

Neither are exclusive to one another, and you may find that one or both is a good fit for your company. Call us today to find out which one might fit your needs best.

What Standard Features come with AT&T VPN?

With AT&T VPN over MPLS, you get Class of Service, multiple VPNs, multi-port connections, a centralized customer portal, and other options to make billing and ordering simple.

With the VPN Value Bundle, you get all of these with up to 1 Gbps bandwidth, wireless data backup, Managed Security, and VoIP calling.