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High-speed internet access is as vital as water and electricity. It’s the gateway to news and education plus all manners of entertainment from music to gaming. Even what we used to call traditional “TV” has been redefined by the internet. A reliable and fast broadband connection is a foundational part of a business.
A 10G network generally delivers faster speeds than most other types of internet service, making it a solid option for high-bandwidth activities like streaming video and music and downloading (or uploading) big files. It’s delivered on the same physical line as cable TV service – and you can score offer discounts when you sign up for a data, voice and video bundle. On the plus side, our internet service doesn’t have data caps – meaning that you can suck up as much bandwidth as you like without being subject to the overage fees that plague other types of internet service.
The slowest part of your network system – including the modem, the router, the device you’re using (i.e. TV, laptop, phone) will ultimately dictate the speed and strength of your connection vs. who your business chooses as a broadband provider.
A superfast router won’t help a laptop with ancient networking hardware, and sluggish internet service will hinder all your activities online.
Your location, older devices, walls, floors and even a microwave can affect your Wi-Fi signal. Mediacom Business offers a modem and router combo to avoid some of these concerns.
In rural America, DSL has limitations on the speed it can achieve. While 100 Mbps isn’t fully deployed, 40 Mbps in many instances is the standard offering among this delivery tier. Cable boasts up to 1 Gig to meet the demand of small businesses – and continues to widen the speed gap.
While voice calls can be carried over small distances, running data over DSL degrades the performance as service moves farther and farther from a phone company’s central office. Since cable high-speed internet is designed from the ground up, it is not distance sensitive.
Explore the latest Federal Communications Commission “Measuring Broadband America” program which states that DSL fell short in delivering the speeds it advertised while most cable broadband providers tested, had actual download speeds that were 100% of advertised speeds if not better.
The distance limitations of DSL mean that for a large percentage of a phone company’s footprint, service will not be available. Since cable internet doesn’t degrade over distance and runs over the same infrastructure that brings TV to both densely and sparsely populated areas, it is available to a wider customer base.
The actual speed a subscriber experiences may vary based on a number of factors including, but not limited to:
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