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 The blurring of the line between LANs and WANs.

Written by: S. Sullivan - Dec 2, 2016

As telecommunications technology advances, we are seeing a reduction in the difference between a Local Area Network and a Wide Area Network.

Technologies like MPLS and the advent of metro Ethernet are increasingly making LANs encompass a much wider area than ever before. Thus merging the world of LANs into WANs.

The days of connecting 2 or more office LANs via Point-To-Point / Private Line, or Frame Relay networks...Are being replaced by MPLS, which provides a much more advanced and fully meshed, redundant network. A client in Seattle WA, can access all of a server's files from a branch office in Miami FL., as if he/she was in the same office building. And this can be accomplished in a totally secure, private connection. Encryption is inherent in an MPLS network, it's built into the pipe itself VS. an IP VPN.

In recent years, Ethernet has been used to describe a type of commercial grade broadband transmission medium, along the lines of T1, DS3, etc. Also known as "Metro Ethernet". Which primarily uses fiber optics to extend a carrier's Internet backbone right directly to a client's building. This allows for extremely large amounts of bandwidth to be delivered at a fraction of the cost VS. legacy transmission mediums. Metro Ethernet to deliver high speed Internet bandwidth as well as the transference of data among business locations via MPLS, is truly the future of Local/Wide Area Networking.