A T1 line is a dedicated digital connection that supports up to
1.54 megabits per second transfer speed. Fractional T1s range in
speed from 128k to 768kbps (1544 kbps being a full T1). T1 service
is more expensive than DSL, but is much more reliable. A T1 line
is best for a mission critical business connection.
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Same technology as a T1, but you pay as you go. A low flat fee from
$75-$150 is charged monthly plus your usage with a total cap of
$400-550. A Metered T1 line is a good alternative if you need to
"burst" occasionally, Or have months of heavy "Holiday"
traffic followed by light office traffic. A metered T1 line is also
used as a backup or "Shadow" connection to your main T1
line- adding diversification to your mission critical connection.
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A Multi T1 line can be grown from 3mbps to a max of 9mbps. The T1
lines are bonded together to give a virtual DS3 pipe. This is a
good lower cost alternative to a fractional DS3 if you do not need
to surpass 9mbps in the next 12 to 18 months.
A T3 line is a dedicated digital connection that supports up to
45 megabits per second. Fractional DS3's range in speed from 3 mbps
to 45 mbps. Used by large organizations, Universities, ISPs. Server
hundred users can be online simultaneously.
A dedicated digital connection 45-192 + megabits per second. OCx
lines are used by large corporations or providers as backbone lines
to the Internet.
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Connectivity in a blend of T1, DS3, Cable, DSL for multiple locations.
Geared to large corporations i.e. Retail, Restaurant, Law Firms,
with 10-5,000 locations and remote users.
Voice Over IP. A broadband service that integrates telephone and High Speed Internet Services.
VoIP is a cost effective way to reduce your business's phone and internet access costs by up to 50%,
while streamlining communications services implementation and management.
Virtual Private Network. A secure connection (dial or dedicated)
that tunnels through the Internet via encryption. VPN technology
is a cost saving alternative to a point to point "non internet"
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A firewall will control the traffic in and out of your network,
and help prevent unwanted hackers from invading your infrastructure.