New Edge Networks Touts MPLS Promo

New Edge Networks, the business communications unit of EarthLink Inc. (ELNK), has announced a limited time promotion on its nationwide MPLS data network solution.

From now until Sept. 30, 2009, new MPLS customers or existing New Edge customers who wish to migrate to MPLS from legacy WAN or dedicated Internet will receive the first three months of service free on a 39-month or longer term.

“We are seeing great demand for our nationwide MPLS data offering; however, in these economic times we recognize that many companies are challenged with meeting tight budget constraints,” said Cardi Prinzi, president of New Edge Networks. “With this incentive, customers can install and immediately benefit from a private IP network, essentially getting the service free for the fourth quarter of the year. We are fortunate to be able to leverage our company’s strong financial position to help other businesses take advantage of this cost effective managed communications solution today and get a jump start on operational efficiency into 2010.”

New Edge brings together Class of Service traffic management with high-speed, low-cost DSL access, which puts the performance gain of MPLS networks within financial reach of more businesses. Companies can optimize their bandwidth usage and get the most out of their network by utilizing MPLS with up to five Classes of Service (CoS).

New Edge has developed an online MPLS calculator so customers can mix different access technologies based on business needs and estimate their total savings on the New Edge MPLS solution.

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