Enterprise Network Solutions

By leveraging advanced technology and expertise in the field of connectivity, NetSpark enables businesses to enhance their operations in a variety of ways. For example, improved connectivity can help businesses to streamline processes, reduce costs, and increase productivity. It can also enable better collaboration between teams, facilitate data sharing and analysis, and improve customer experiences. 

Our solutions are designed to be scalable and flexible, allowing businesses to adapt to changing needs and growth opportunities. Whether a business is looking to expand its operations, optimize its existing network, or enhance its customer-facing offerings, NetSpark has the expertise and resources to help.


Software Defined Wide Area Networking is the newest advancement for multi-location connectivity. This solution utilizes software-defined networking (SDN) principles to dynamically route traffic across multiple connections, including broadband, MPLS, LTE, and satellite. This allows for improved network efficiency, application performance, and redundancy. In addition, SD-WAN can simplify network operations by providing a single point of management and policy enforcement, regardless of the underlying transport technology.

With SD-WAN, multi-location businesses and corporations can easily configure and manage WAN connections, prioritize traffic, and enforce security policies, all through a central management console. This provides greater flexibility and agility in responding to changing business needs, such as adding new sites or deploying new applications. Overall, SD-WAN represents a significant advancement in WAN technology, providing greater performance, scalability, and cost savings for businesses of all sizes.


MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) can be defined as a type of networking technology that uses labels to efficiently route traffic over a Wide Area Network (WAN). Unlike traditional IP routing, which looks at the destination address of each packet to determine the next hop, MPLS uses labels to forward packets based on pre-defined paths or “label-switched paths” (LSPs).

MPLS can be used to create a private, secure WAN by creating virtual circuits between different locations. This is achieved by assigning each circuit a unique label that is used to route traffic between specific locations. By using MPLS, businesses can ensure high performance and low latency for critical applications, as well as provide Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees.

Layer 2

layer 2 connectivity for businesses can be defined as a networking technology that allows for the transparent and secure transmission of data between devices on the same network segment. Layer 2 connectivity operates at the data link layer of the OSI model and is commonly used for connecting devices within a local area network (LAN).

Examples of layer 2 connectivity technologies include Ethernet, Virtual LAN (VLAN), and Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS). These technologies provide businesses with a range of options for connecting devices within a local network segment, and can be used in combination with other networking technologies, such as layer 3 routing, to provide a comprehensive and scalable network infrastructure.