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At the end of 2012, nearly two-thirds of U.S. businesses didn't have fiber technology. That's because many of them are still looking for another alternative that fits into their budgets, without being forced to sacrifice on the quality.
Luckily, Ethernet over Copper Internet offers just that! In fact, this technology is considered to be the "bridge" between traditional telecom lines and fiber connections.
But before we sing all of its praises, let's go over how this technology works…
Ethernet over copper internet uses telephone wires (instead of fiber lines) to transmit information. However, these wires aren't installed like they were in the old days. Instead, the lines are built to make "dry pairs", and each dry pair can carry up to 5 Mbps of Bandwidth. Your business can have up to 8 dry pairs going into your office, so you can customize exactly how much bandwidth you wind up with.
That customization makes Ethernet over copper internet an affordable form of technology. Since you can pick the amount of bandwidth you need, you can pick what your monthly costs will be. Plus, those telephone lines also make this technology very affordable. In fact, Ethernet over Copper Internet only costs a fraction of what your business would pay for fiber!
OK, so we've discussed the copper -- but where does the Ethernet come into play?
Instead of using sophisticated routers (like you would with a fiber line), all you need is a basic router that plugs into an Ethernet jack. That means this is as "plug and play" as it gets! With Ethernet over copper internet, you'll never have to worry about special construction, custom build outs, or a stressful installation process. And, if you're like most businesses, you're already using Ethernet to connect your internal computers. So, you'll be able to use the same technology to connect to the world wide web -- meaning you won't need any special training to get your employees up to speed.
Speaking of your employees, Ethernet over Copper Internet gives you the power to connect multiple offices to your own WAN. That way, you can get rid of all of the separate networks that each individual office was using. It's a great way to streamline your employees' communication AND your monthly bills!
Plus, Ethernet over copper internet can handle all of your "high-end" data -- like video conferencing, live audio streams, and large file transfers. The same stuff that sends cable and DSL into meltdown mode is no problem for this technology!
And speaking of cable and DSL, Ethernet over Copper Internet blows them out of the water for other reasons besides the added Bandwidth. With this technology, you'll also get to a Service Level Agreement -- meaning that you'll know exactly what to expect from your provider, and what kind of recourse you have if they don't deliver.
In short, it's the perfect way to do business!