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High-speed Business Internet service is the lifeblood of every business today. It's what enables customers to find you, communicate with you and buy from you. It is how you and your employees engage with potential clients and close sales. It's how you manage your finances, and more. It's what connects your business to the world.

Often times, businesses use an Internet connection that is insufficient for their needs. Businesses tend to use a "special offer" from their local cable or telephone company. Business Class DSL or cable modem service is OK for a small office or home office with 3 users or less. This service lacks the capacity needed to keep offices with 3 or more users functioning at a high level. Your business could come to a near stand-still due to too slow of an Internet connection.

It's all about the speed

To measure the speed of an Internet connection, we use Megabits per Second (Mbps). More common today, we use Gigabits per Second (Gbps). These units of measure are like Megabytes (MB) and Gigabytes (GB). A Bit is 1/8th of a Byte. If your office Internet connection operates at 1Mbps, a 10MB file will take about 1.5 minutes to download. Internet connection speeds are also referred to as bandwidth. The more bandwidth available, the more data can transfer from one place to another.

Another important aspect to understand is upload versus download speeds. Lower-end business class Internet connections provide faster download speeds and lesser upload speeds. The premise is that your office downloads (receives) more data than it uploads (sends). This is accurate unless you send large files or users connect to remote office locations. If your office uses any services like VoIP or QuickBooks, upload speeds are important. An asymmetrical connection will provide greater download speeds with lesser upload speeds. Symmetrical connections like provide identical download and upload speeds.

How much bandwidth does your business need

An easy way to estimate your connection speed is to count how many users will use the Internet. Be sure to include the needs of smart phones, tablets, iPads and visitors in your office. A good starting point is to use 5 Megabits per Second (Mbps) per user. Once you've counted the number of users, multiple it by 5 (or more) to get your estimated connection speed.

VoIP / Hosted PBX Service

Many businesses leverage their Internet connection by using it to provide feature-rich, cost efficient voice telephone service, known as VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) or Hosted PBX. VoIP phone service eliminates costly service from the phone company. Add 128 Kbps per VoIP phone line to the total bandwidth needed.

Know your options

It's important to shop around to find the best solution. It's also very time consuming. There's no need to go it alone. Ntelogic will shop our 40+ carriers to identify the right solution for your business Internet connection. Our service doesn't stop there. We work with the selected carrier from order submission to circuit delivery. We'll be your strategic partner every step of the way and beyond. You've got a business to run - let Ntelogic take care of your business Internet for you.

Get a free Business Internet needs assessment

Want to save even more time and money? Call us at (209) 790-4560 and schedule your no-cost Business Internet needs assessment. We'll gather all the important details and calculate your best Internet connection speed. We'll present you with the best solutions. No pressure. No strings attached. Real honest, free advice.

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