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Broadband Supplies for Cabinteely, Dublin 18<br />
The brief<br />To find a suitable broadband provider for a small media company in Cabinteely Dublin.<br />I will explain some key terms and phrases and important information to keep in mind when making choosing a supplier<br />I will go on to present suitable options and pick the one I feel suits my needs best<br />
Types of broadband:<br />Broadband can be delivered to a premises by a number of methods:<br />Telephone lines: <br />ADSL- Asymmetric digital subscriber line. Allows more data be sent over exisitng copper lines. It is designed so the download rate is faster than the upload rate. This is the most widely used connection<br />SDSL- Symmetric digital subscriber line. Also allows more data be sent over telephone likes, but is designed to have the same data rates for uploading as downloading.<br />
More types…..<br />Fixed Wireless: <br />This is wireless broadband, where a directional radio antenna is placed on the roof of the building to pick up signal<br />Satellite:<br />Satellite broadband is Internet connectivity provided by satellite, rather than dial-up, DSL or cable service. Satellite broadband is linked to a dish network subscriber service and provides speeds similar to other broadband technologies.<br />Mobile:<br />Used to describe various wireless high speed internet through a portable modem, telephone or other device.<br />
Business ProvidersThese companies offer business packages within my areas.These packages can be tailored to suit businesses of all sizes. These packages can offer greater upload and download speeds depending on the requirements. <br />Eircom<br />Irish Broadband/Imagine<br />Strencom<br />Digiweb<br />Clearwire<br />
Home broadbandThese packages are designed to suit homes rather than businesses, as they have a lower download and upload speeds. However, they do offer some competitive packages which may be suitable for my SME. Mobile broadband allows you to connect at home, in the office or on the go<br /> Home Providers<br /> Mobile Providers<br />Ntl<br />Irish Broadband<br />Eircom<br />Imagine<br />O2<br />Vodafone<br />Meteor<br />
Suitable OptionsThese companies offer the most suitable packages in my area. <br />Business<br /><ul><li>Irish Broadband/Imagine
Irish Broadband/Imagine</li></ul>Mobile<br /><ul><li>Vodafone</li></li></ul><li>Remember:<br />Upload speed:<br />This is the speed at which data is uploaded to the internet. It is important this is considerable so that I can upload my work quickly<br />Download speed:<br />The download speed is the pace at which data (websites, programmes, music etc) is transferred from another computer to yours.<br />Contention ratio:<br />This is the ratio of the potential maximum demand to the actual bandwidth. The higher the contention ratio, the greater the number of users that may be trying to use the actual bandwidth at any one time and, therefore, the lower the effective bandwidth offered, especially at peak times. We are looking for a contention ratio of 24:1 or less ideally<br />
Business Options:Eircom Business plan<br />‘eircomis delighted to introduce our broadband package Business Plus, which consists of 12Mb download and 1Mb upload speeds over our next generation Adsl2+ platform.’<br />Download Speed: 12MBP<br />Upload Speed: 1MBP<br />Usage: Unlimited<br />Type: ADSL<br />Contention ratio: Unknown<br />Contract: 12 months<br />Extras: Free WiFi Modem, €100 worth of Google AdwordVochures<br />
Most suitable:<br />Bearing in mind all the considerations, I feel that Chorus NTL Option B;<br /> Fibre Powered Broadband 30 MP<br />Why is it the best for my business???<br />Extremely high download speed 30MBP<br />Considerable upload speed 3MBP<br />The best contention ratios 14:1<br />Good value €42 a month (€8 standalone charge)<br />FREE connection when you order online. <br />FREE Wireless router<br />Unlimited usage<br />
Broadband in Canada<br />Canada’s broadband usage had doubled since 2000 with 84% of the population now online.<br />Cable TV subscriptions have been declining over the past few years as DTH satellite services have become more popular due to better pricing and a greater range of services on offer.<br />There appears to be vast price variations depending on your location.<br />Broadband can be very expensive and shopping around is advisable<br />
Using Toronto as my location in Canada. I found the following offers:<br />SENTEX: Express ADSL<br /><ul><li>Download Speed: 3 - 6 Mbps</li></ul> Upload Speed: Up to 800 Kbp<br /> High Speed Modem: NO COS<br /> Monthly Price: Starting at $375<br /> <br />
Velcom<br />Up to 3.0-6.0 Mbps Download Speed<br />Up to 800 kbps Upload Speed<br />Free technical support 24/7<br />Wireless Home Network compatible<br />Free Web Hosting 100 MB Personal<br />Monthly price:$54.95<br />
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