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Understanding Converged Private Networks (CPN)

Posted by: Jo Love
Category: Blog, Business WiFi, Enterprise WiFi, Oxfordshire telecoms, Tips and advice

Converged Private Network.

As part of our business connectivity series, we are delving deeper into some of the alternative network options available to businesses.

A Converged Private Network (CPN) is a fully managed Wide Area Network (WAN) solution ideal for businesses with multiple sites that want to boost their performance, improve security, and reduce the running cost of their network.

It can support data, voice, and video communications, as well as access control and security within a single network. With the added benefit of dealing with a single vendor, meaning one point of contact, one bill and one set of service level agreements |(SLAs).

With all the benefits of Unified Communications, Converged Private Networks give businesses an edge by keeping staff, customers and suppliers connected and communicating.

Main Benefits for Businesses

Maximum Network Availability 

Network availability is the proportion of time the network operates, with a minimum target of 99.999%, meaning reliability for business-critical processes and communications.

Managed security with no worries

The next-generation firewall (NGFW) eliminates the need and operational overhead of operating a firewall at each site. It ensures the same high level of protection across all network access points.

Communicate Securely

The CPNs’ secure connectivity enables businesses to easily connect and communicate efficiently between each location as part of a single network. Cloud internet access provides multiple layers of protection against threats, ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of customer information.

For further information, have a chat with our IT Support team.

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