Not only does fibre offer faster speeds than traditional connections, but with more data throughput it allows for larger bandwidth profiles and in most cases are symmetrical meaning 100/100 Mbps. The rise of cloud services like Dropbox and Office 365 has made it essential for businesses to have equal download and upload speeds.
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Great internet is taken for granted, and it's easy to fall into the trap of assuming that connecting won't be an issue. But the reality is that there are many underlying complexities to connectivity and a reliable connection isn't always certain. One area to...
As Kelson Group added more sites across two provinces, network management became more complex. Working with iTel they were able to streamline their IT operations…
The two most common fibre optic connectors in use today are SC and LC connectors. While they are very similar, they are not interchangeable and differ in design and size. When getting ready for a fibre installation at your business, you must match the right connectors...
There’s a lot to look at when buying your next high-speed business internet connection, whether it’s deciding what symmetrical speed you need or what provider to choose. Here’s our ultimate shortlist of what to look for when buying fibre internet for your business.
If your business is in the market for a fibre connection with faster speeds, increased security, and complete redundancy then you will want to read this. There are various classes of fibre connections for businesses, namely point-to-point and GPON fibre and it’s important to understand how they differ.
You asked, we listened. We’ve noticed common questions asked by customers, and gathered the top 6 that Canadian businesses should ask an internet service provider when choosing their services.
After partnering with iTel Networks, Astec Safety enjoys a superior network experience for both staff and customers through enhanced data and voice services.
In a nutshell, attenuation is the loss of transmission signal strength measured in decibels (dB). As attenuation increases, the more distorted and unintelligible the transmission (e.g. a phone call or email you’re trying to send) becomes.
You know that feeling when you’re late for a meeting and conveniently there’s a huge traffic jam on your regular route? Think of your “late for a meeting self” as data being transferred over the internet and the highway/side roads as the routers trying to deliver you to your destination.