AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is working in the direction to enable businesses to completely manage and troubleshoot the network issues in almost real time. The company recently announced that it has transformed the Ethernet service to Network on Demand. This is now made accessible for the businesses in over 100 cities in the U.S.
The first of its kind U.S. networking solution
AT&T claims that this will be the first of its kind U.S. networking solution offered by any company in the country. Network on Demand will enable the ventures in ordering increased numbers of ports, change services, instantly add services or even scale the limit of bandwidth in order to comply with the changing needs. At the same time, AT&T enables the companies to troubleshoot and manage the network in real time.
This will prove very beneficial, especially for the small scale businesses with lesser funds for a separate networking department. Everything can be availed online. With the help of Network on Demand, the customers shall be able to plan or react to the changes in their business rapidly and easily. AT&T explains that the work which took more than weeks can be done in just few minutes to a little less than an hour.
The benefits offered through the new Network on Demand include reliability, flexibility, simplicity and speed. Through these services, the businesses can order networking facilities in no time and thus seek solutions immediately. Also, the Business Center of the company’s online portal will be the channel through which ordering and managing services will be possible. This will offer simplicity to the entire process. It is also possible for the businesses to scale their services either up or down, in accordance to their requirements.
The VP of Network on Demand of AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), Josh Goodell explains that this is the need of the hour because businesses need versatile and fast network services which are custom-made for their needs. The expansion of the aforesaid service of AT&T will therefore provide the improved control to the businesses.