Ethernet ISP is an important aspect to the internet services that are offered to businesses today. Traditionally Internet T1’s have provided Internet and Voice services to customers, but emerging Ethernet technology has allowed Ethernet ISP companies the ability to service traditional Internet T1 customers. Ethernet ISP providers can grant their customers a service that is scalable from 2-45Mbps. Recently XO Communications, an Ethernet ISP released a 100Mbps Ethernet services. With Ethernet, users have the ability to run programs in the Cloud, VoIP, and scale to speeds comparable to Fiber services.
The Cloud has created a situation in which users require more bandwidth than was provided in previous years. By utilizing services such as Cloud Backup and Data Recovery Ethernet ISP providers need to provide their customers with speeds that can provide their customers with enough to utilize the Cloud. Also, Ethernet ISP providers must provide a high quality service that does not suffer from Jitter, or other problems like bottlenecking. Jitter and Bottlenecking can cause packet loss, which leads to a loss of data and an overall poor quality of service.
Ethernet ISP providers also need to provide customers with Ethernet that can sustain the use of Voice over IP, or VoIP/SIP. VoIP operates by sending SIP packets over the Internet. Without a high quality service users cannot utilize this voice service since there will be a great deal of packet loss leading to poor call quality. It is essential for Ethernet ISP providers to give their customers a service that will not drop packets, and other bits of information.
By providing speeds ranging from 2-45Mbps Ethernet ISP providers are able to allow their customers a scalable service that can meet their growing needs. Often times a customer will open an office with a few employees and won’t have a need for anything above 2Mbps. As the customer grows they have the ability to scale anywhere between 2 and 45Mbps. With an Ethernet handoff users are given the ability to use the same router when they scale between bandwidth. This allows Ethernet ISP providers the ability to include routers on their services for little or no cost.
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