Business DSL: DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. The telephone wire can be used for such subscriber line. You may be able to receive data at rates to 6.1 megabits per second. More typically, individual connections will provide from 1.544 Mbps to 512 Kbps downstream and about 128 Kbps upstream.
Business cable: This is Internet connectivity received through coaxial cables, usually via the same medium as cable television.
Internet T1: T1 is a digital transmission service over copper wire (but now it also includes optical and wireless media). It consists of 24 separate channels with a rate of 1.5 Mbps.
Bonded Internet: Commonly this uses xDSL technology for multiple channels over one line. It provides internet speed from 3 Mbps to 12Mbps.
Fixed Wireless Broadband: It is a wireless broadband connection to the Internet from fixed point (in contrast to mobile wireless connection).
Satellite High-Speed Internet: This is an Internet service thru a Communication Satellite with a dish antenna.
Fractional DS3 Internet: It is the next higher telecom standard. It provides 28 times capacity of T1. You can receive full 45 Mbps speed or fraction of it.
DS3 Internet: It is full using of DS3 telecommunication standard. The service provides Internet over coaxial or optical cable.
Ethernet over Copper Internet: Ethernet over copper is Local Area Network (LAN). It connects computers to the LAN server using 5 pairs of cables, hubs and switches. The LAN server is connected to the Internet. The provided speed is from 2Mbps to 20 Mbps.
Ethernet over DS1/DS3: This is Local Area Network. It connects computers to the server of the LAN using DS1 or DS3 communication line. DS1 (or T1) provides 1.5 Mbps and DS3 (or T3) Р           Р          Р        Р       Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†РІР‚ћСћ Р        Р      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ў Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂєР РЋРЎвЂєР     Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂќР   Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂќ Р           Р         Р        Р      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ў Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂєР РЋРЎвЂє Р         Р       Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ў Р       Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†РІР‚ћСћР   Р   Р  РІР‚в„–Р   Р  РІР‚ Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎвЂєР Р Р‹Р РЋРІР‚єР     Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎвЂќР   Р   Р  РІР‚в„–Р   Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎвЂќР       Р       Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  РІР‚ Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎвЂєР Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРІР‚СљР      Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ў Р      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ў Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂєР РЋРЎвЂєР     Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎСљР     Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎСљР         Р         Р       Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ў Р       Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†РІР‚ћСћР   Р   Р  РІР‚в„–Р   Р  РІР‚ Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎвЂєР Р Р‹Р РЋРІР‚С” Р          Р        Р       Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†РІР‚ћСћ Р        Р      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ў Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂєР РЋРЎвЂєР     Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂќР   Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂќР       Р      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р вЂ Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂєР Р†Р вЂљРІР‚СљР      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ў Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†РІР‚ћСћР   Р   Р  РІР‚в„–Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎСљР     Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р  РІР‚в„–Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎСљР         Р        Р       Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚С™ Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†РІР‚ћСћР   Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р Р‹Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂќР   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ўР  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎС™Р       Р       Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  РІР‚ Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎвЂєР Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРІР‚СљР      Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ў Р      Р     Р   Р  РІР‚ Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРЎв„ў Р      Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р Р†Р вЂљРЎвЂєР РЋРЎвЂєР     Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎСљР     Р     Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљРІвЂћвЂ“Р    Р   Р Р†Р вЂљ Р    Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎв„ўР  Р  Р вЂ№Р  Р вЂ Р  РІР‚љРЎСљ up to 45 Mbps. The server of the LAN is connected to the Internet.
Mobile Wireless: This is an Internet connection over mobile wireless like Cell Phones. This require a special device connected to a mobile computer (Laptop, Notebook, Netbook). This service allows an internet connection in any place, covered by the Cellular System of the Provider.
High BW Fixed Wireless: The High Business information Warehouse on Fixed Wireless is a special option of the High Speed Internet. It is a combination of databases and database management tools that are used to support management decision making.
4G/ WiMax: WiMAX is an IP based, wireless broadband access technology that provides performance similar to 802.11/Wi-Fi networks with the coverage and QOS (quality of service) of cellular networks. WiMAX is also an acronym meaning "Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX). (wimax.com)
OC-3 Internet: OC-3 is short for Optical Carrier transmission rates 3. The number 3 means that the base speed of 51.84 Mbps is multiplied by 3, i. e. 155 Mbps.
OC-12 Internet: OC-12 is short for Optical Carrier transmission rates 12. The number 12 means that the base speed of 51.84 Mbps is multiplied by 12, i. e. 622 Mbps.
OC-48 Internet: OC-48 is short for Optical Carrier transmission rates 48. The number 48 means that the base speed of 51.84 Mbps is multiplied by 48, i. e. 2.5 Gbps.
Metro Fiber Ethernet: Metro Fiber Ethernet is a computer data network based on the Ethernet standard that serves a metropolitan area. Metro Ethernet services operate on high capacity fiber optic media and connect business subscribers to their branch offices (intranets), the internet and to additional service networks. (carrier-ethernet-solutions.com)
Gigabit Ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet is a transmission technology based on the Ethernet frame format and protocol used in local area networks (LANs), provides a data rate of 1 billion bits per second (one gigabit). Gigabit Ethernet is defined in the IEEE 802.3 standard and is currently being used as the backbone in many enterprise networks. (searchnetworking.techtarget.com)

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