A Private, Reliable Network
Connect all your business locations and keep your traffic private from the public internet. With Private Layer 3, you’ll gain a dedicated connection to our core network and the ability to converge all your voice, video, and data applications through one service. Plus, you can prioritize your traffic for critical applications to optimize your bandwidth and manage your costs.
With Alaska Communications, we’ll work with you to design, implement, and manage a proactive network built with security and business continuity in mind.
Your Network is the Backbone of Your Business
L3-MPLS provides a seamless IP network for all your voice, video, internet and data traffic in the state or around the world
Keep your traffic isolated from the public internet and other users on dedicated paths that run across our core network. Private Layer 3 is built on our MEF Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certified core network, providing you with the highest quality service to ensure your data is kept private.
Prioritize your bandwidths to specific tasks with the freedom to alter as your business needs change. You’ll get the flexibility to maximize your network, to make it work for you.
Classes of Service (CoS)
Prioritization of traffic is available to support your different applications and enable all your voice, video and data traffic to travel on the same network where, routing critical real-time information first.
Rest assured knowing your data and traffic is secure and isolated from other uses, whether you manage your routers or let our experts do that for you.
Our Carrier Ethernet certified professionals will work with you to design your network that builds redundancy and diversity. If a network emergency occurs at one of your locations, we can reroute your traffic to your other locations.
Alaska Communications is the first Alaska company to become MEF Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certified. With 24/7 monitoring and support, our offering is backed by strong end-to-end performance SLAs for optimum uptime, latency, jitter and packet loss.