Maximize your WAN
Extend your WAN infrastructure to mobile end points
Effortless, clientless solutions for mobile devices
Mobile access to Enterprise
"The Human Interface"
Extend the enterprise network to the mobile worker and provide access to Internet based applications. Custom access point names (APNs) allow mobile users to access Enterprise LAN on any mobile network.
"The Machine Interface"
Connect tracking equipment, point of sales devices, vending machines, alarm or telemetry devices that “push or pull” data to the enterprise LAN.
Wireless backup to wireline connections
AT&T provides mobile connections as a fully redundant failover for wireline connections (AVPNs, MIS) allowing enterprises to maintain business continuity.
A layered approach to security
|Device segmentation||A wide variety of vendors off device security solutions, AT&T partners with those vendors to provide the device security solution that works best with the enterprise’s application and network deployment.|
|Radio access network||Provides encryption of the enterprise's data traffic that's exchanged between a device and our mobility network (128-bit encryption on the 3G and 4G LTE network).|
|Core Network segmentation||Segments the enterprise’s mobile data traffic in the core network by using individual Layer 2 tunnels to route the traffic to AT&T National Data Centers. The traffic is aggregated and further isolated per enterprise at these data centers via the use of individual Layer 2 virtual LANs and virtual routing and forwarding instances.|
|Network Data Center segment||Employs fully geo-redundant data centers that will divert wireless traffic to other data centers in the case of a link or data center outage.|
|Speed||High-speed support HSPA+ (14.4Mb and 21.1Mb) and LTE support.|
|Data centers||Implementation in 4 geo redundant AT&T Mobility Data Centers (Concord, CA, Alpharetta, GA (VTC-11), Houston, TX; Arlington, VA).|
|Internet access||Port Address Translation (PAT) support for internet access.|
|VPN transport||New AT&T VPN transport (>10GigE) in all AT&T Private Mobile Connections – LTE service zones. Higher speed interconnects from mobility to customer’s enterprise network. Support for larger static-IP APN deployments.|
|Flexibility||Evolution of the existing self service systems (Premier) for LTE, giving customers greater control and flexibility over IP assignments and EOD provisioning/billing systems.|
If you rely on wireline connection, AT&T Private Mobile Connection is great as it has automatic failover for mission critical applications when a cable cut or outage is detected. It enables business to continue while the wireline solution is being restored.
Yes, it offer cost-effective connectivity for low-bandwidth transactional applications from virtually any location via the AT&T network. It’s an excellent solution for temporary deployments.
It supports wireless ATM machines, providing backup of applications with wireline connectivity.
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