Wide area networks (WAN) are networks that consist of any number of smaller networks linked together. Larger businesses, with multiple offices, use WANs to allow their many sites to access data as if they were all part of one network.
Larger companies often have multiple, geographically distant, sites that need to be able to share data as if they were in one office. This kind of a network is called a wide area network (WAN). WAN implementations can be very expensive to set up and the source of many IT headaches.
Data is expensive to transmit over long distances and a reliable network is a must for
large companies, so let BITCO help you reliably and cost-effectively connect your multiple sites into one wide area network.