Aasani Dedicated Internet Access
Consistent and Fast Upload & Download Internet Speeds for Your Business
Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) is a vital part of any business that relies on the internet to function. By ensuring that you have a private connection to the web, you can avoid the issue of competing for bandwidth with your neighbor businesses. This connection is also high capacity, meaning that you can transfer files quickly, make VoIP calls without any issues, and back up data at high speeds. In short, DIA is an essential service for businesses that need to be able to take full advantage of the internet. By investing in DIA, you can rest assured that your business will have the connectivity it needs to thrive.
With Aasani Telecom Dedicated Internet Access, You Experience:
Bandwidth for your most demanding business applications and tasks. Upload speeds that are just as fast when downloading, guaranteed!
Expert technical support available 24/7 from any location.
Guarantee for 99.99% uptime.
Fiber Internet FAQs
When it comes to internet connectivity, fiber optic internet is the gold standard. Its transmission of data via light signals results in an extremely fast and strong connection, capable of handling large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. What’s more, fiber optic cables are able to carry data over long distances without losing signal strength – up to 40 miles in some cases. This is a significant advantage over copper telephone lines, which are only designed to transfer audio signals and cannot handle large quantities of data. As the world increasingly moves online, businesses and households alike will benefit from investing in a reliable fiber optic internet connection.
When it comes to professional internet service providers (ISPs), there are two main types of connections: Fiber and Cable. While both are great options for high-speed internet, they do have some key differences that can make one more suitable for your needs than the other. Fiber is a type of connection that uses pulses of light to transfer data. Fiber connections are typically much faster than cable, with download speeds ranging from 500 Mbps to 1 Gbps (gigabits per second). However, fiber is often more expensive and may not be available in all areas. Cable connections use coaxial cables to transmit signal, which can be less reliable than fiber but still provide very fast speeds. Cable connections typically range from 50 Mbps to 500 Mbps and can be cheaper than fiber options. However, they may be affected by weather conditions more than fiber lines. When choosing an ISP, professional users should weigh the factors of speed, price, and reliability to determine which type of connection is best for their needs.
A recent study by McAfee showed that 83% of businesses store sensitive data in the cloud. This means that employees are constantly accessing cloud storage services, private and public, like AWS, Azure, Google Drive, and Dropbox, to find important files. The more information stored on these sites, the slower the files will load. This is particularly true when companies are relying on a broadband internet connection since downloading times are significantly slower on these networks. In order to ensure that employees are able to access files quickly and efficiently, businesses need to invest in a cloud storage solution that is designed for speed and reliability. By doing so, they can avoid the potential frustration and productivity loss that comes with a slow-loading cloud storage system.
The amount of video consumption taking place online has skyrocketed in recent years. Streaming video in particular requires significant bandwidth. This means businesses that conduct many web-based conference calls, or regularly stream live video content, require a more robust internet solution. With fiber optic cable internet, employees and business owner’s need not worry about videos lagging during peak times of the day, when multiple team members are using the web simultaneously, or watching live footage only to see pixelated, low-quality footage. Fiber optic cables can carry much more data than traditional copper wires, providing businesses with the speed and capacity they need to support their growing video needs. In addition, fiber optic internet is less likely to be affected by inclement weather, making it a more reliable option for businesses that rely on streaming video content. When considering an internet solution for your business, be sure to ask about fiber optic options.
While automatic updates can be very convenient, they can also use up a lot of bandwidth. This can be a problem for businesses that have limited broadband services. When updates are constantly being downloaded in the background, it can slow down internet connections and make other tasks more time-consuming. For businesses that rely on fast internet speeds, it may be better to disable automatic updates and update programs manually. This way, employees can update programs when it is most convenient for them and won’t have to worry about slowdown or other issues.
Fiber Optic Internet
Speeds up to 100×100 Gbps
A business’ success often depends on its ability to communicate both internally and externally. In today’s fast-paced world, that means having a dedicated, reliable bandwidth that can support even the most demanding applications. Fiber optic service delivers just that, with symmetrical speeds and consistent data throughput that businesses need to stay competitive. Whether you’re collaborating on a project or streaming a video conference, fiber optic service ensures that you won’t be interrupted by dropped calls or frozen screens. And because it can handle large amounts of data quickly and over long distances, fiber optic is the ideal solution for businesses that rely heavily on data transfer. For a business-critical service, fiber optic delivers the best dedicated bandwidth available.
Business Ethernet Service
Speeds up to 100×100 Gbps
When it comes to business, fast, scalable and predictable bandwidth is a must. With Business Ethernet, you get all that and more. Resilience at high speeds is crucial for businesses with demanding environments, and Business Ethernet delivers. It’s also up to 50% less expensive than comparable T1 service. And because it leverages your existing infrastructure, it’s a cost-effective solution for business. Asymmetric Ethernet is also available for less intensive upload situations. So whether you need symmetric or asymmetric speeds, Business Ethernet has you covered. With Business Ethernet, you can be confident you’re getting the best value for your bandwidth needs.
Why choose Ethernet?
Symmetrical Business Ethernet offers many benefits over traditional T1 lines, including lower latency and higher bandwidth. The service is also less expensive than a bonded T1 line, and requires less on-premises equipment than comparable T1 services. In addition, higher speeds can often be provisioned on existing circuits, making ethernet a cost-effective and reliable way to scale and support bandwidth needs. Whether you’re looking to improve your internet speeds or simply reduce your monthly costs, Symmetrical Business Ethernet is definitely worth considering.
Is Symmetric Ethernet Widely Available?
Symmetric Ethernet speeds, ranging from 2×2 Mbps to 100×100 Gbps, are available in over 800 central offices across 50 major markets in the continental United States. These high-speed Ethernet services provide businesses with the ability to transmit large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. In addition, symmetric speeds allow businesses to maintain a consistent connection speed regardless of the amount of traffic on the network. As a result, businesses can rely on these Ethernet services to support their critical applications and improve their overall operational efficiency.
T1 Internet & Bonded T1
Speeds up to 12×12 Mbps
T1 and Bonded T1 plans are ideal for businesses that require symmetrical upload and download speeds, and are not distance sensitive from the central office. Bonded T1 uses the full capacity of the circuit, with inverse multiplexing to provide more bandwidth for your needs. This type of service is perfect for businesses that need to transmit data and images, or run Web, email or database services. T1 speeds range from 1.5 to 12.0 Mbps, and the service comes with a 99.99% uptime SLA. Installation and set up is professional and straightforward, so you can be up and running in no time.
What is T1 and Bonded T1?
A T1 line is a communications transmission service that uses two twisted pair copper wires to transmit and receive data or voice traffic. Each T1 connection is provisioned with an industry standard DS1 loop. Aasani Telecom facilitates the professional installation and setup of your T1 service. Purchase a business-class router with one year warranty; rent a router with lifetime warranty. Or use your own equipment if it meets our requirements. T1 lines are sometimes referred to as DS1 lines, and they are the most common type of digital circuit used in North America. They are commonly used by small to medium businesses as well as by residential customers who need high-speed Internet access. A single T1 line can provide data speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps (megabits per second), and can be bonded together to provide even higher speeds. Aasani Telecom offers a variety of T1 packages to meet your needs, and our experienced technicians will work with you to ensure that your service is installed and configured correctly. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you get the most out of your T1 line.
What are the key differences between T1 and Ethernet?
Ethernet has become the standard for Local Area Networking (LAN) due to its high-speed and low-cost. Ethernet’s popularity in business applications has grown as business demand for higher bandwidth has increased. Businesses Ethernet offers several advantages over other types of networking including: higher bandwidths, easier and less expensive scalability, and robustness. T1/Bonded T1 uses link bonding technology which is an older technology with limited throughput. An impediment in any one of the T1 lines can impact the entire connection. Ethernet uses loop bonding, a newer technology with more throughput. If one loop fails, the bandwidth remains available. Ethernet is also less expensive to scale because it does not require additional equipment like T1/Bonded T1 do. Therefore, businesses that are looking for a high-speed and low-cost networking solution should consider using Business Ethernet.