Do you need Internet access for your business? Are you aware of the difference between commercial grade bandwidth and consumer broadband?
Commercial grade = dedicated (not shared), symmetrical (download & upload @ same speed), full duplex (simultaneous download & upload w/o collision), SLA included (Service Level Agreement -for uptime reliability, RT latency, 4hr MTTR).
*Fit for SMB/Enterprise market. Works great for: VoIP, SIP, video conference, SaaS, cloud computing, any real-time app, heavy file transfer, web hosting, site to site communications…basically any business with mission critical Internet requirements..
Retail/consumer grade = cheap/shared asymmetrical bandwidth, ‘best effort’ (no guarantee on quoted speed), no SLA (outages repaired whenever they get to it).
*Fit for residential users. General web, streaming, email, social media.
I work with over 40 telecom carriers, including the major tier 1s, such as: AT&T, CenturyLink, Level 3, Comcast, Verizon, etc. And can provide you with very competitive quotes for commercial grade Internet fiber: 5 x 5 Mbps up to 10 x 10 Gbps!
Please contact me directly for a free consultation:
[Web] http://www.teleservpro.com (instantly prequalify)
Voice: PRI, VoIP, SIP, Hosted PBX
Data: Point-To-Point, MPLS, VPLS, IP VPN
Internet: T1, EoC, Fiber Ethernet