Why is Ethernet Over Copper Internet the Best Solution for Your Business?
Wonder why a majority of U.S. businesses don't have a fiber line?
Many of them simply couldn’t afford it or it just wasn't available! Instead, they were busy searching for a solution that would give them the high-speed they need, that also fit into their budgets.
That's why Ethernet over copper internet is so powerful! In fact, there are 3 reasons why it's the perfect choice for your business:
1. It's affordable
Because it uses copper telephone wires to transmit data instead of a fiber line, you can count on Ethernet over copper Internet to cost you a fraction of what a fiber connection would cost you.
Plus, this technology uses a basic router plugged into an Ethernet connection. That means you don't have to worry about going out and buying a special router -- or doing any kind of special construction -- in order to get your service up and running. That's a big difference from a fiber line, where you have to spend quite of money upfront just getting your facility ready.
As an added benefit, you can use Ethernet over copper Internet to connect all of your offices to the same WAN. That way, you can get rid of the expense that comes with having a separate network for each location.
2. It's much better than cable or DSL
If you think that your budget will only accommodate cable and DSL, think again. We've just discussed all of the reasons why Ethernet over copper Internet is affordable. Yes, you're thinking, so are cable and DSL.
However, Ethernet over copper Internet blows those two options out of the water!
This technology comes with much higher bandwidth options, so it can handle all of your "high-end" data needs -- like live audio streams, video conferences, and giant file transfers. You could never count on cable or DSL to handle those for you! Plus, Ethernet over copper Internet comes with a Service Level Agreement -- meaning that you'll have some guarantees behind your service.
3. It's fully customizable
Thanks to the way Ethernet over copper Internet service is set up, you can play Goldilocks when you're shopping around -- and end up with service that's "just right".
Specifically, copper telephone wires are built to make "dry pairs". Each dry pair can carry up to 5 Mbps of bandwidth, and you can have up to eight dry pairs installed. As a result, you can end up with a Bandwidth solution that fits your needs perfectly, without having more (and paying for more!) Bandwidth than you'll ever need.
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