Southfield, MI – 123Net, Michigan’s premier Internet service provider for businesses, has added 4G LTE capabilities to its IP IP Failover service.
The addition of 4G LTE failover gives customers another option to reduce downtime. Secondary wireless connections protect businesses from damage to primary Internet caused by construction, car crashes, weather and other unforeseen events.
“We are excited to offer 4G LTE technology as part of our IP Failover solution because it will give our customers more flexibility,” said Justin Lampman, 123Net’s Director of Network Operations. “In addition to 4G LTE, it is compatible with multiple fiber, fixed wireless, and Ethernet over copper as well. We can even handle MPLS configurations.”
4G LTE failover is affordable and can be rapidly deployed in 7-14 days. Nationwide wireless providers give the service reliable, widespread availability. It is an ideal secondary option for remote locations that may not have access to traditional backup services.
In the occurrence of a primary Internet disruption, traffic is automatically routed to a predetermined backup connection. When the primary Internet connection is restored, the traffic is automatically routed back. With 123Net’s solution, customers maintain the same IP address and VoIP calls are uninterrupted.