Website Hosting and Internet Access
access speed you need to the Net we can help. Check the list
below. However, may we point out, that if you
intend to install or you are still relying on a simple dial
up access to the Net rather than considering a faster connection,
you may be being penny wise and pound-foolish.
May we explain?
In this world of instant information
we become impatient with dial up disconnects and slow downloads
to the point that often we give up and move on to the next
Slow downloads are time consuming using up
valuable time both for the business owner and staff.
Most new websites are being designed with
a fast download in mind. These sites offer the reader
a richer internet experience.
We urge you to consider what is now called broadband
access to the Net, which is fast and provides an always on
connection. Check out our discussion below re DSL
and wireless access to the Net.
Partnering with reliable vendors
to provide fast 56K dial-up Internet access. It is reliable
with 24/7 technical support!
Subscriber Line (DSL)
What is DSL? With Internet speeds of up to
50 times faster than your dial-up - that is DSL!
DSL uses the existing copper phone lines that
are already installed in your office. Don't consider any technology
lower than the various versions of DSL available on the market.
Are you confused with all the xDSL's? What
are ADSL vs. SDSL and which one is for you?
You should seriously consider what is called
business DSL or SDSL. This product provides equal upload and
download speeds to the Net of 192 Kbps,
384 Kbps, 768 Kbps and 1.5 Mbps.
ADSL may provide similar download speeds, as SDSL but is
much slower in the upload to the Internet phase.
Access to the Net
This is the future and it is here - well
almost. Depending on where you are located this may be a viable
option. Call us for availability in your area and for
pricing. Wireless access is:
- 50 times faster than modem access
- independent of telephone lines
- cost effective
What is Web Hosting?
A business needs
to place its website on a computer containing appropriate
software and Internet connectivity. By placing your website
in a data center such as a Host Service Provider (HSP), you
immediately have access to a high-speed network and state-of-the-art
technology provided at a very low cost.