In 2019, high-speed, reliable Internet connectivity is a must for your business or any government agency.
Every department of your business, from sales to marketing to operations relies on Internet connectivyt in some way. And if your business Internet service provider can't deliver, your company could face significant problems in each branch's daily duties.
Imagine you just started a web meeting with international clients and your Internet service cuts out or degrades significantly. Or, the warehouse dropped service and lost the ability to track orders as they arrive or leave.
These problems are real and happen all the time when companies don't invest in the right provider for their needs. In Washington, D.C., there's no shortage of ISPs, and that can make finding the right option overwhelming.
To reduce the paralysis by analysis, we've compiled a list of the top companies and the reasons you may want to work with them.
Point-to-point fiber technology provides excellent connectivity to offices that need direct connections between remote servers and local workstations. Signing on for P2P is an especially logical move when you want to connect different buildings in a campus environment, or if you want high availability and a secure connection to a remote site.
As a business telecommunications company in the Washington, DC metro area for over two decades, we understand what business owners need from their internet providers. They need to make sure their employees stay productive with high speeds and maximum uptime. And if there is an issue, they need a provider that will respond and fix the problem quickly.
That's the reason we built Atlantech Online the way we did. We built our network with reliability and redundancy as priorities. And we built our peerless, dedicated, and knowledgeable service department to make sure you get a local human on the phone who really cares about resolving your issues. To learn more about Atlantech, click here.
Connectivity to the Internet using fiber-optics has revolutionized the efficiency at which your company can operate.
The legacy copper cabling just doesn't cut it in modern business and slowly, the ILECs are retiring the copper network. With fiber-optic Internet, you have the flexibility to increase to 100 Gb speeds over a more reliable network. This impressive feat has businesses rushing to upgrade, but there's one question everyone has: How much does it cost to install fiber that can be used to get connected to the Internet?
While there are many variables that can affect the cost, with a bit of knowledge, anyone can gain an understanding of the price tag for their own upgrade.
A fiber-optic Internet installation can offer numerous benefits to business IT pros and landlords. Due to the relative newness of this technology, you may be wondering if the benefits outweigh the cost or cons. While fiber-optic Internet connectivity is a much newer technology than broadband Internet on copper cable, many businesses have found significantly higher returns on their investment in fiber.
Atlantech Online has installed lit fiber at 10750 Columbia Pike in the Burnt Mills business district along the Route 29 business corridor of Silver Spring, MD. This seven-story office building increases the number of commercial locations lit by Atlantech Online in Silver Spring and serves as the first in the Burnt Mills area.
There are a lot of variables to consider when choosing a fiber internet provider.
You need assurance that your provider's network can deliver top-shelf service, including fast speeds, steadfast reliability, and enough bandwidth for your company to maintain its productivity.
Without these key attributes, your company will suffer downtime, leading to a loss of income and potential customers.
For companies in Washington, D.C., however, you have access to Atlantech's extensive local network that provides businesses with high-speed fiber internet and enough capacity to meet your modern needs.