T1 Internet services from telecom service providers (carriers) such as AT&T, Cbeyond, Windstream, XO and many others can be ordered with and without a router. The router is what makes the Internet accessible to your computers, LAN network or wireless access point – what ever you choose to connect to it. The router does a similar job of connecting you to the carrier and to the Internet similar to a modem that you get with DSL and Cable services. It does much more though by directing the outgoing requests you make, such as entering a web site URL, to the server on the Internet that holds the Web pages and back to you again.
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If you have over 50 cellular devices in use at your company you already know what a headache it can be to ensure you are not being overcharged. You are allocating many man-hours per month pouring through you bill to determine overages monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually to find overages and policy breakers or you are just paying the bills and “it is what it is.” Either way, it’s costing you money – to the tune of 15% to 25% more than your wireless services should.
PBX systems that cost into the tens of thousands of dollars – ones developed by companies like Avaya, Cisco and Shoretel to name a few – may be great for many large businesses or the medium to small business with an IT staff. For the medium to small business that does not want to take on another IT project and that has a staff that is mobile or works from remote locations, hosted PBX systems are the only way to go.
Internet bandwidth requirements will only continue to grow for your business and if you have not had a multi-vendor solution provider like D&D Tech Partners check your locations for Ethernet availability and current pricing in a while, or ever, do it now! Carriers have invested heavily into Ethernet infrastructure in most metro areas and your locations could have low cost or heavily discounted dedicated Ethernet service available. You could get more high-speed Internet access for less money today than you ever thought possible.
We’ve even mane it possible for you to check your locations for availability and get pricing.
- Just go to www.networkservicesquote.com
- Select “High Speed Internet Access”
- Enter your Name and contact information
- Click “Continue” and in the next screen select the service you want to quote
- Enter the location you want to check and follow the rest of the simple instructions
You can also check for other services as well such as Cable, DSL, T1, VoIP, SIP and MPLS while you are there. Enjoy!
D&D Tech Partners, LLC recently joined forces with Telarus, Inc., a tellecommunications master agent, gaining access to over 30 service providers and a wealth of tools and resources for its clients
Cedar Park, TX, March 4, 2011 – D&D Tech Partners, LLC recently completed the evaluation and on boarding process with Telarus, Inc., a Salt Lake City, Utah based master agency. This relationship allows D&D gain access to technical, engineering, pricing, ordering and installation resources of over 30 national telecommunication service providers for its clients. D&D can now price, quote and order services for its clients with most all of today’s leading telecommunication brands including AT&T, AboveNet, ACC Business, PAETEC, Time Warner Cable, TW Telecom, XO Communications and many others.