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Internet Connectivity

Your Connectivity Matters

Being connected in an ever evolving digital world is critical for nearly every home and business. Getting there can prove a challenge when it comes to finding the right type of provider, then navigating your needs. Many people default to simply calling their local incumbent provider such as Rogers or Bell. There's many pros and cons of going with the "big guys" which I'll help you understand and guide you along the way.  

Get To Know Your Needs

The first thing you want to determine is what type of capacity and usage you're looking to achieve. When it comes to home Internet connections many households drastically over-estimate their needs. The "super fast Gigabit" can be an attractive option, but the reality is many households can easily get away with a fraction of that, at a considerably lower price. Providers are happy to sell you all the capacity in the world, meanwhile you'll barely see the difference between their $60 package and their $125 package. Just as many home users over-estimate their needs, many businesses easily under-estimate their needs. In the business world, you'll need to consider things like remote access, extensive VoIP deployments, number of employees, online backups, and the type(s) of work you're doing online. I'll help you sit down to consider all aspects of your needs and plan accordingly.

Understand Your Options

There's a lot more than you'd think! Your local cable or phone provider may be the names you know, however more independent providers are popping up all the time, even with their own infrastructure that is typically far superior! Indie (or competitive) carriers provide the same services as the "big guys", however they're incentivized to provide above and beyond customer service and support. In more densely populated urban areas, you may even qualify for true fiber connectivity at unbelievably low rates, direct into your home, business or condominium. With two decades of working for Internet Providers under my belt, I know the ups and downs of the choices available and I'll help educate you on those options.   

 

Cable
  • Coax Connectivity
  • Asymmetrical Connection
  • Download up to 1Gbps
  • Upload up to 50mbps
  • Wide Availability
  • Relatively Stable
Fiber
  • True Fiber Connectivity
  • Symmetrical Connection
  • Download up to 1Gbps
  • Upload up to 1Gbps
  • Limited Availability
  • Highly Stable
FTTB
  • True Fiber Connectivity
  • Symmetrical Connection
  • Download up to 1Gbps
  • Upload up to 1Gbps
  • Moderate Availability
  • Relatively Stable
Satellite
  • Long Range Connectivity
  • Asymmetrical Connection
  • Download up to 200mbps
  • Upload up to 40mbps
  • High Availability
  • Moderately Stable
VDSL
  • Phone Line Connectivity
  • Asymmetrical Connection
  • Download up to 500mbps
  • Upload up to 10mbps
  • High Availability
  • Moderately Stable

 

I've Spent The Past 20 Years Getting People Connected & Keeping Them Secure

From dial-up, to Gigabit fiber, DSL to cable, satellite, and LTE connectivity I've kept people connected working in the ISP industry. I understand every step of the connectivity chain from your computer to the website half way across the world, what it takes to get there, and what it takes for those cute cat videos to come streaming back to you at lightening speeds. Believe it or not, your information actually moves quicker than a bolt of lightening.. that is, as long as you're not still on dial-up (and even then, it actually still may!). I've built nationwide connectivity for major retail chains consisting of hundreds of stores, to automating connectivity processes, and even pro-active repair of services within ISP networks. I've seen it all, and I know what works, and why.

      

And, I'll Be Keeping a Watchful Eye... If You Want Me To

Being proactive in repairing a problem is always better than being reactive. Sometimes you won't realize there's an issue with your connection until it's completely failed. Very few users see instability in their connections, but using advanced network monitoring tools, I can identify problems beginning to occur before they become a real issue. It's this proactive approach that can save countless hours of headaches later. I use the enterprise grade open source NMS (Network Monitoring System) called Zabbix; a tried and tested system that's used worldwide. You'd be shocked at what can be learned when you know where to look!  

 

Keeping You Connected, No Matter What

Ever had your Internet connection go down and find yourself saying "I'm losing hundreds (thousands) of dollars every hour this is down!". When so much is at stake, why risk the downfall? A common question I ask clients is "how much would you pay each month to ensure you didn't have downtime?", and "how much would you pay right now to have this problem fixed immediately, as opposed to tomorrow when the technician is dispatched". The answer is almost a resounding "$100", "$500", or "Whatever it takes". So, why is it that you're not planning on redundancy? I'll help you achieve a place where you know your business is safe, even if a cable is cut down the street.

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