Is BGP a four letter acronym?

Posted by Jeff Hussey on Nov 3, 2015 4:50:00 PM

With just a few ISP providers and some old coax cable your organization supports multiple VoIP deployments. Using smart cloud applications and Bigleaf Networks Internet optimization service featuring data failover, you're finally competing as equals with the big boys. And you intend to keep it that way.

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Your enterprise demands the most consistently available Internet access that your limited budget can acquire. You've got other things to worry about besides the dizzying array of acronyms like that of Border Gateway Protocol's BGP, BGP4 ad nauseam.

Thanks to the 24/7 beneficent monitoring of Bigleaf's protective ecosystem and its data failover --a technology that routes VoIP signals and other real-time traffic to another circuit in order to help avoid dropped calls-- your call quality and security are off the charts.

Bigleaf's data aggregation device smooth your enterprise's communications' way as it continues where it needs to go, free from transmission delays and other throughput issues that often plague your rivals. Thus freed from troubleshooting the network, your staff is empowered to run your business at the speed of thought.

Secret of Your Enterprise's Success: Bigleaf Networks Data Failover Technology

Since you've teamed up with Bigleaf Networks, the quality of service that their data failover and other optimizations deliver continue to insulate your firm from the thorny network issues like jitter that often derail your competitors with quality of service complaints.

But how you have been able to undercut the competition while delivering superior call quality on such a comparative technological wing and a prayer remains in the domain of your well-guarded trade secret.

With innovations like data failover keeping your communications on track you're able to keep your eyes on the prize, rather than reviewing wiring diagrams and troubleshooting VoIP software glitches.

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