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MetTel Changes the SD-WAN Game

Now infused with Intelligent Automation, MetTel’s SD-WAN provides faster responses and improved customer service. MetTel Intelligent Automation uses AI to identify, report and address network incidents, events or trouble tickets. The time it takes humans to make decisions is replaced by AI using the “Next Best Action” process that frees IT staff for higher-skilled work. Not only do private and government organizations benefit from MetTel’s SD-WAN capabilities, but we’re earning industry recognition as well. The American Business Awards recently recognized MetTel with a Gold Stevie Award in the software-defined infrastructure category. Learn how customers are forging a path to the future with MetTel’s SD-WAN.
Satellite Broadband
Expand Broadband Coverage to Those Hard-to-Reach Places

MetTel expands coverage options in remote and difficult-to-reach locations with partnership with Viasat. Lack of access to broadband connectivity can cause major disruptions in delivering critical business services. That is why MetTel is partnering with Viasat to offer its high-speed, highly reliable satellite internet service as an option to MetTel’s business and government customers in rural or connectivity-challenged locations. Viasat’s business internet service covers 96% of the U.S. population while MetTel’s converged network pools the connectivity of more than 70 national and local carriers across North America.
Gartner Identifies Source of Savings: Internet Aggregators

According to Gartner’s IT spending forecasts, WAN/telecom services comprise 85% of enterprise network spending. Challenged by the COVID-19 recession, organizations are making aggressive pushes to enterprise spending in critical areas like WAN and telecom IT expenses. MetTel can help. In Gartner’s latest report, 3 Key Steps to Optimize Cost and Quality When Using Internet Aggregators, Gartner examines the value to enterprises of using independent internet aggregators as an alternative to internet services offered by carriers. Compared to incumbent service providers, internet service aggregators - including MetTel who received the highest rank among WAN branch solution providers by Gartner, can save clients up to 60%.
IT Communications
Tips from Forbes: Reducing IT Communications Costs

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, many often-overlooked business operations have come back into focus as organizations look to reduce costs. Max Silber, MetTel Vice President of Mobility and IoT, offers tips in Forbes on how to assess current digital transformation projects and the advice he gives to clients asking about business resiliency, agility and cost optimization.
Carriers Continue to Retire Copper Wire

In late June, Verizon asked the FCC for permission to retire copper wire in several areas of New England, Maryland and Virginia. After retirement, the carrier says it will no longer offer services over copper facilities and cease maintaining the facilities. This can be an issue for businesses that rely on copper for special services such as fax, alarms, POS and elevator lines, all of which require an analog dial tone. Fortunately, MetTel has a solution! MetTel can transform POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) and provide an easy, cost-effective way to complete your telecom digital transformation with plug and play simplicity. View our datasheet to learn more.
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