6 Strand Fiber Optic Cable

  • Internet Connection Basics
    There's a lot to be concerned with nowadays when looking for an internet service provider. You first need to decide what type of connection you want, and how much you're willing to pay for it. Depending on your requirements, and how many features you want, you'll eventually find just the perfect access plan. There are two broad classifications of internet access, which are: 1) Dialup access 2) Broadband access A few comments on each of these internet service types: dialup access is a slow f Read More...
  • What Is Dialup? What Is Fibre Optic? What Is ISDN? What Is ADSL?
    Dialup the slow but yet annoying connection speed some of us had to experience and some of us still do Dialup is when a modem is used to connect to the wall socket via a cable using a 66-45 cable to connect to the internet. You require an internal modem for this connection or an external modem, most PCís still come with internal modems and some businessís still use dialup connections for when users go home and use VPN to connect to the companyís servers. What is fibre optic? This has also be Read More...
  • Broadband Battle
    Coaxial, DSL, fiber optics, kbps, Mbps... There are tons of terms and numbers thrown at you when you start shopping for broadband internet service. The question generally comes down to whether you want your internet from your cable company or your phone company. Comcast and Verizon are the two giant broadband internet service providers in the country, and they both want your business- badly. So with all these terms and numbers, should you really just flip a coin to decide? Lets take a look a Read More...
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