As a result of increased data traffic, bandwidth is in short supply, making it critical for organizations reliant on low-latency internet access to seek new solutions. In response to this growing need, many businesses are now looking for assistance when transitioning from outdated Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) systems to IP/MPLS technology that is capable of supporting advanced operations.
One company that is helping to enable this transition is LightSpeed Technologies, Inc. which recently took home the 2017 Top VAR Sales and Growth Award from Nokia for helping companies transition to IP/MPLS.
“I want to personally congratulate LightSpeed Technologies on a tremendous year,” stated John Marson, Vice President of North American Channels for Nokia. “Their flexibility and commitment to the new IP/MPLS technology has generated many satisfied customers for both Nokia and LightSpeed. I look forward to continuing our relationship with LightSpeed, and further growing the business in the coming year.”
Utilizing next-generation networking solutions, LightSpeed enables customers to operate more efficiently and reliably by integrating new technologies into their existing communications infrastructure. By partnering with Nokia, LightSpeed is able to offer customers a comprehensive solution that combines innovative products and resources with exceptional support, resulting in increased satisfaction.
“Our partnership with Nokia mutually benefits both organizations, and most importantly, our valued customers,” added John Brannon, CEO and President of LightSpeed Technologies.
LightSpeed has been an exclusive Nokia VAR since 2001, specializing in optical transport, data (IP/MPLS) microwave and broadband (GPON, LTE) solutions. The company provides added value to customers as a full-service systems integrator, offering systems engineering and design services alongside network installation, integration and maintenance. In addition, the company has the distinction of being a nationally certified Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) division.
“We’re pleased that LightSpeed’s investments in the new IP/MPLS technology is being recognized by the industry,” shared Joe Caruso, LightSpeed’s Executive Vice President. “This recognition will enable LightSpeed to continue to provide our clients with the best of both worlds, Nokia’s best-of-breed products, Bell Labs’ innovation and global resources, coupled with LightSpeed’s quick and agile support.”