Fiber Connectivity

Tricon will help you solve your telecom problems. As part of a national network of providers, we’re able to secure better than going direct pricing for your telecom needs. Our partners provide high-quality telecommunications with voice, data cabling, fiber optic networking and business telephone solutions at affordable prices. No matter how complex or simple your telecommunications needs are, our services are customized specifically to your business to provide solutions that will increase performance, productivity at better than going direct pricing. 

Types of data & networking

  • Dedicated Internet Access (DIA):  Enterprise grade, dedicated internet access is often required for even the smallest of SMB’s to ensure high quality and reliable performance.
  • Broadband/Cable/DSL:  Low cost shared bandwidth can be a cost- effective primary internet solution for the SMB and/or the perfect solution to create redundancy, resilience as a backup connection.  Broadband is also highly utilized and recommended for almost every SD-WAN deployment.
  • MPLS Connectivity:  Secure, fully meshed (any to any) private network that brings voice, video, and other applications together seamlessly across multiple offices across town or across the globe.
  • SD-WAN:  Application aware meshed networking across any connection (s) can equate to major cost savings, performance improvements and unbeatable flexibility for SMB’s to Global Enterprises.
  • Dedicated Internet Access (T1 / DS1 / Bonded T1, Ethernet over Copper [EoC]): These dedicated lines are a great choice for companies that provide essential services, require extremely reliable connections, and need guaranteed levels of uptime.
  • Ethernet over Fiber ([EoF]/Metro Ethernet – 5M – 100GB):  If scalability is your primary goal, this type of connection provides the flexibility to support growing bandwidth, and Metro Ethernet’s security is ideal for companies that must handle sensitive or confidential data.
  • Private Networks (EPL, Point-to-Point, Private Line [Layer 2]):  For the highest level of security possible, private lines allow companies to securely exchange data between locations without using public Internet.