MTC Spectra



Fiber to the x (FTTX) (also spelled Fibre to the x) is a generic term for any  broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for telecommunications

Wireless to the x WTTx is introduced to provide broadband access for a variety of scenarios, including business, home access in rural, sub-urban and dense urban areas

  • Over 730 Base stations
  • Point 2 Point / Multi Point
  • VSAT solution

Multi-Protocol Label Switching is a packet-forwarding method using labels to make data forwarding decisions. MPLS is used to ensure that packets take the same route. Large enterprises may also use MPLS in national private networks.

Benefits for MPLS

  • Interface indepence
  • Lower cost
  • Control communication
  • Quality of the service
  • Scalability
  • Traffic routing
  • It’s faster, more efficient, and works at lower OSI model layers

It’s a software-defined wide area network. Our SD-WAN solution is a combination of an edge device, software and management platform. It lets your IT team manage the entire WAN through software — improving visibility, simplifying admin, and allowing them to distribute business policies to all WAN-edge devices, with centralized management of cloud application performance.

Benefits of SD-WAN

  • Spend less time troubleshooting.
  • Greater visibility into application performance.
  • The ability to quickly implement policy changes.
  • Single centralized management dashboard.
  • Real-time dynamic WAN traffic steering that enhances quality of service.
  • Sub-second failover with application persistence.
  • Efficient support for hybrid WAN deployments.
  • Low-touch CPE deployment to accelerate service turn-up.