Dedicated Business

Internet Access

T1

A T1 line is a form of dedicated internet access that uses physical fiber optic or copper trunk extended between an office location and a service provider like N2Net that transports data at a rate of 1.544 megabits per second.

Unlike broadband services (Cable and DSL), a T1 internet service is a dedicated circuit from point A to point B. Because of this, the rate of speed is guaranteed and is covered by a service level agreement.

N2Net clients use T1 lines to either transport their voice traffic, Internet traffic, or both. If you’re considering using Voice over IP for your office, using a T1 will guarantee that you receive the highest quality of service available.

A T1 circuit requires the use of a router with a T1 interface card.

For a free quote on a T1 circuit, contact us today!


T3

A T3 line is a physical fiber optic trunk extended between an office location and a service provider like N2Net that transports data at a rate of 45 megabits per second. That’s the equivalent of 29 T1 lines! T3 connections are typically used by companies requiring a lot of concurrent phone calls, or a large amount of data transfer.

Unlike broadband services (Cable and DSL), a T3 is a dedicated circuit from point A to point B. Because of this, the rate of speed is guaranteed and is covered by a service level agreement.

N2Net clients use T3 lines to either transport their voice traffic, Internet traffic, or both. If you’re considering using Voice over IP for your office, using a T3 will guarantee that you receive the highest quality of service available.

A T3 circuit requires the use of a router with a DS3 interface card.

For a quote on a T3 circuit, contact us today!


Metro Ethernet Access

Like T1 and T3 circuits, a Metro Ethernet connection is a physical fiber optic trunk extended between an office location and a service provider like N2Net that transports data at a rate of Up to 1 Gigabit per second.

Business class Internet service has become much more affordable over the last ten years, and because of this, many N2Net clients are choosing to install Metro Ethernet connections instead of T1 or T3 connections. The reason is because Metro Ethernet service is “scalable”. Just because the service supports connection and data transfer speeds of 1 gigabit per second, most companies don’t need that kind of speed.

What often happens is that clients scale down the service and pay for a slower rate of speed. Common rates of speed with Metro Ethernet connections are:

  • 3 megabits per second (equivalent to 2-T1 circuits bonded together).
  • 5 megabits per second (equivalent to 3.2-T1 circuits bonded together).
  • 10 megabits per second (equivalent to 6.47-T1 circuits bonded together).
  • 50 megabits per second (equivalent to 32-T1 circuits bonded together).
  • 100 megabits per second (equivalent to 64.7-T1 circuits bonded together).

Unlike broadband services (Cable and DSL), a Metro Ethernet line is a dedicated circuit from point A to point B. Because of this, the rate of speed is guaranteed and is covered by a service level agreement.

N2Net clients use Metro Ethernet lines to either transport their voice traffic, Internet traffic, or both. If you’re considering using Voice over IP for your office, using a Metro Ethernet connection will guarantee that you receive the highest quality of service available.

A Metro Ethernet circuit requires the use of a router with an Ethernet interface.

For a quote on a Metro Ethernet circuit, contact us today!