HOUSTON, December 8, 2011 – Alpheus Communications announced today the immediate availability of Ethernet-over-Local-Area-Network (E-LAN) as a new product offering. Ethernet have revolutionized communications technology over the last decade, and the recently. Our new E-LAN products will allow customers the routing decisions of the customer’s WAN to Apheus. Alpheus has simplified the service delivery by allowing the customer to order an E-LAN service with interface connections and bandwidth per location. The service provides customers with Multi-point to Multi-point connectivity . Cos/Qos is a feature of the product where customers can mark traffic based on P-bits or DSCP bits, and the Alpheus Network will prioritize across the network based on the markings set by the customer.“The best innovations are the ones that use technology to simplify – and E-LAN is one of those,” said Francisco Maella, Chief Operating Officer of Alpheus.
Chip Robertson, Sales Director for Alpheus, added “Our customers asked for E-LAN and we were able to design and provision it as a supported product within a very few months, so I feel great about our timing. Low-cost ubiquitous Ethernet solutions are what every IT director is looking for.” Existing customers should contact their Alpheus representative for a full product specification and pricing. New customers should contact Chip Robertson directly at (713) 336-6500.
About Alpheus Communications
Alpheus Communications (http://www.alpheuscommunications.com) is a provider of high bandwidth transport, Direct Internet Access (DIA) and data center services for carrier, government and enterprise customers. With owned facilities in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi and the Rio Grande Valley, Alpheus is flexible, content-neutral and responsive to customer needs when low-latency and uptime are essential. As the preferred fiber backbone for Metro Texas, Alpheus is in a unique position to support mission-critical information technology functions and cloud computing solutions through resilient SAS 70-compliant data center platforms for colocation and disaster recovery.