Unparalleled Connections

+160 carriers for seamless integration

Every company has different connectivity needs, but few IT departments have the time to make a thorough study of the landscape. At Data-Tel, our nearly 20 years of experience in technology and communications can save you from expensive mistakes. We’re telecom brokers who help connect you with the carriers and services that will keep your business thriving. Take advantage of our extensive telecom knowledge and longstanding strategic partnerships with more than 160 carriers and suppliers. Solutions span from big-picture WAN and Cloud consideration to detailed evaluation of SIP Trunking, SD-WANBroadband, Ethernet, MPLS and VPN options.

Roberta Shupert
PRP Wine International

“Since we began working with Data-Tel, the time and energy our team invests in our telecom network management has significantly decreased, along with our overall cost. Having Data-Tel’s support when issues arise means I don’t have to spend my day on the phone with the carriers—that means a great deal to me!”

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Provides reliable connections for businesses whenever they need it, in varieties which may include DSL or Cable high-speed internet, Wifi connectivity, or Mobile Broadband.


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Relays data through a wired local computer network with greater stability than wireless alternatives.

MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching)

Increases traffic performance in high usage networks by routing data via virtual paths between nodes rather than through endpoints, to enhance bandwidth use and reduce network congestion.

SIP Trunking (Session Initiated Protocol)

Allows businesses to enjoy the VoIP-like benefits of converging local, long-distance and broadband Internet into a single line — without investing in new infrastructure or abandoning costly legacy PBX phone systems.

SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Network)

A service that grants the enterprise with the ability to dynamically connect branch offices and data centers on a global scale.

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

Uses encryption and tunneling to allow regional offices and remote or roaming users to work within a public network while operating as if they were within a company’s private network.

WAN (Wide Area Network)

Empowers employees, clients, and vendors to function within a single reliable network across multiple geographic locations. MPLS, VPLS, Broadband, FTTC, xDSL, fiber, copper EFM, 3G or 4G, and point-to-point are all options.