The Northwest’s Trusted Ethernet Ecosystem
The LS Networks Ethernet Ecosystem delivers rapid services deployment, reliable connectivity to the cloud and scalable multi-point network bandwidth. We can help you meet your application requirements with flexible bandwidth options across a network designed precisely for the way you work. We deliver what other providers in the region can’t; support for up to 100 Gbps of high-speed data, internet, voice, and video applications. When you need it, our Ethernet Private IP point-to-point customization allows bypass of the internet to create a secure path for sensitive data.
The Northwest’s Largest Ethernet Network
LS Networks is proud to serve both rural and metro customers with the largest Ethernet network in the Pacific Northwest, offering dense coverage throughout Oregon, Washington and Northern California. We provide our customers with virtually limitless Ethernet configurations, so the same applications and data segregation used in your LAN is now available in your WAN infrastructure, allowing your network to operate as your business demands, not limited by the constraints of your network service provider. We provide services to Tier 1 IXC, ILEC, CLEC, wireless and independent cable operators. Our network is built first and foremost to carrier grade specifications.
LSN Ethernet Features and Benefits
E-Line Service Type (Point-to-Point EVC) replaces your traditional private line service and provides flexible, dedicated bandwidth at a lower cost between two points, supporting a single Ethernet connection.
E-LAN Service Type (Multipoint to Multipoint EVC) supports multiple Ethernet connections and aggregated hub locations, giving you true flexibility and routing options. Featuring easy and cost-effective upgrades, this service allows you to easily configure your network and bandwidth to meet the day- to-day needs of your business. With LS Networks, expanding your WAN can happen in hours, not weeks.
E-Tree Service Type (Rooted Multipoint EVC) provides site-to-site security directing remote traffic (leaf sites) to one or more select sites (root sites) for processing. This helps guarantee isolation between leaf sites preventing data from being directly shared without passing through a root site that could process traffic through a firewall. In the rural Northwest, this might mean small hospitals can share x-rays with large hospitals and their physicians seamlessly, quickly and securely. It might mean a small ISP can place an internet gateway router at a root site and distribute internet access to their customers. Regardless of your challenge, our network experts are prepared to engineer a configuration that yields performance and value.
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