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02 Dec

The two basic common types of DSL are as follows: ADSL ADSL stands for asymmetric DSL, and its distinguishing characteristic is that the upload and download speeds are different. Usually the download speed is faster than your upload speed, and this is because the typical user will be downloading things more often than uploading things.

It tends to be the most expensive type of internet, and it isn’t too fast. The businesses that use T1 tend to have more control over their line than other options. Its speeds are roughly the same or lower than Cable and DSL, reaching up to 1.5Mbitps upload and download. This upload/download isn't amazing, however T1 lines do well for smaller businesses. From the convenient (satellite, wireless) to the powerful (optical, T3) to the common (DSL, Cable) there is something for everyone. If any of these connections sound like something you might be interested in, feel free to contact us. It is great for medium/large businesses, as it provides a good deal of bandwidth. T2, T4, T5 all exist as well, with the higher numbers being faster, however T1 and T3 are the more common ones. Tier 3 is a bigger, faster, more expensive version of T1. It can get up to 44Mbitps upload and download speeds. FTTN will be significantly faster than DSL but not as fast as fibre. Ethernet Over Cable is very similar to DSL, however you the service will be provided over a coax cable infrastructure instead of a phone line to connect to the internet.