TPx Communications is a new kind of managed services provider — the premier national managed services carrier. Formed from the merger of TelePacific and DSCI, TPx is redefining the way enterprises grow, compete and communicate. TPx’s Unified Communications, Managed IT services, continuity and connectivity solutions all work together to “reach a higher state of connectedness” – with customers, employees, clients, suppliers, locations, applications and more. We can provide guaranteed performance and 100% SLAs wherever there’s a broadband connection, erasing the limitations of geography, incumbent providers and capital expenditure. Headquartered in Los Angeles, with major locations across the country, TPx has delivered 17 years of consecutive quarter-over-quarter growth, driven by a DNA of obsessive customer service and word-of-mouth from our partners. For more information, go to www.tpx.com.
Nationwide Coverage: Our Ethernet ecosystem, supercharged with Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) technology, can reach any location with a broadband connection. We can cover your business wherever you want to take it. We manage over a million SIP end points at more than 75,000 business locations across the country.
SD-WAN and MPLS solutions can connect business locations across the country in a private cloud environment that can be combined with colocation for redundancy and higher application availability. With TPx, there are no boundaries on how high or how far you can take your business.
We also operate our own networks, with over 50,000 fiber miles in California, Nevada, Texas and the Northeast.
Available Products and Solutions:
- Communications and Collaboration
- Unified Communications UCaaS
- Call Center
- SIP Trunking
- Managed IT
- Managed WAN
- Managed LAN
- Managed Firewalls
- Managed Office 365
- Managed Work Stations
- Network Services
- Private Networking
- Internet Access
- Ethernet Transport
Why to Choose TPx to Manage Office 365 For Your Business
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