Types of Internet Connections Available to Today's Businesses

Types of Internet Connections Available to Today's Businesses
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The Internet has become such a vital part of our lives that we can't imagine for a moment without it. The need for the Internet for business is even greater than that of regular users. The reason is that almost all business activities are based on networking and communications. This is only possible via a high speed internet connection. For this reason, Les denne artikkelen nå almost every business today wants a very fast and reliable Internet connection and keeps things running smoothly.

Companies constantly need flash connectivity to stay in touch with employees and customers in different parts of the world. The following are some of the types of Internet connections businesses can get to meet their Internet service needs.

Analog And Digital Telephone Services

One way to meet the requirements of the Internet is to establish a telephone connection over an Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN), which sends data using analog or digital telephone lines. The average speed of these analog and digital telephone services is 2400-128 Kbit / s. Both services are reasonably priced Les denne artikkelen nå, but they are slow and are only recommended for small businesses that do not need high-speed communication services.

DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)

DSL replaces connections to analog and digital telephone networks. It is faster than analog and digital telephone services and offers up to 9 Mbit / s average speed. DSL connections are ideal for companies that want to contact their employees and customers in other parts of the world. DSL is also called an "always active" connection because it uses 2-wire copper. Also, the copper cable is a mesh, so it does not prevent you from using your phone while using the Internet.

T1 and T3

T1 and T3 lines are the two most commonly used connection options for businesses around the world. T1 lines, also called leased lines, provide Internet speeds in excess of 1,544 Mbit / s. T3 lines, also known as leased lines, can provide Internet speeds in excess of 45 Mbit / s, making them ideal for large enterprises that require data transfer rates between different lands and offshore offices.

Fiber Optic Internet Service

Internet Fiber Service is a new advanced Internet connection that transfers data over the Internet using fiber optic technology Les denne artikkelen nå. The speed provided by this Internet connection is much faster than the speed of DSL, and can reach 100 Mbit / s. Another type of Internet is a dark fiber optic network. Dark fiber networks operate on dark fiber (glass fiber that is not controlled by the body) and may vary from point to point or point to point. These networks are ideal for metropolitan networks (MAN).

All these Internet connections allow businesses to meet network demands in some way. However, most companies consider connecting to the Internet using Ethernet fiber the best option.

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