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MPLS - Multiprotocol label switching


  • Guaranteed uptime
  • Guaranteed bandwidth
  • Proactive monitoring and support
  • Dedicated account and project manager
  • Dedicated network specialist
  • QoS
  • Comprehensive SLA including monthly SLA reporting


  • Reduced cost
  • More bandwidth
  • Better reliability
  • Better service experience

Stem Connect has a proven track record of migrating complex MPLS networks from competitors’ networks, seamlessly and without disruption. We have migrated many local and international top 100 companies, spread across various industries such as Financial, Retail, Commercial, Minerals, Corporate and Legal sectors to our network. The end result has been great satisfaction regardless of any initial reservations they may have had for these large multinationals to migrate.

Stem Connect is able to connect your branches with different technologies such as MPLS, VPN or SD WAN using all technologies such as Fibre, Microwave, 3/4G, and DSL.
The size of our network and our comprehensive SLA’s make us stand head and shoulder above our competitors.


Dedicated solutions for business and enterprise

Enterprise fibre (1:1)
Fully managed fibre solutions for large multi-branch, national and global enterprises. Connect your branches, offices and people with our True 1:1 Uncontended service.
Business fibre (1:3)
Perfect for SMMEs looking for fast, reliable and affordable fibre. No hardware or installation costs with a 36 month contract.
Broadband fibre (1:10)
Perfect for budget conscious SMMEs who don’t mind a slightly higher contention ratio. Uncapped and unshaped fibre at a fraction of the cost.
Cloud tools
Improve team performance, efficiency, document sharing and collaboration in a secure cloud environment.
Fast fibre internet means carrier-grade voice solutions. Pay a fraction of the cost of traditional landline telecommunication solutions. Highly scalable voice solutions that combine data collection, monitoring, analysis and reporting across your VoIP, PBX and mobile networks.