When designing solutions and networks for business communication, one of the most important questions to answer is: “Ethernet vs. Internet: Which is better for my business?”
Both Internet and ethernet services offer significant benefits for businesses. Business Ethernet technology uses Ethernet cable to link geographically dispersed business locations. Information is sent as electrical impulses through multiple strands of copper wire; today’s gigabit Ethernet cables allow speeds up to 1,000 Mbps.
Fiber-optic Internet technology connects users and networks to the Internet with cable made of optically pure glass. Digital information is transmitted via light instead of electrical currents. Fiber permits data transfer rates of up to 10 Gbps.
When it comes to choosing Ethernet vs. Internet, keep these differences in mind:
Part of Charter Communications, Spectrum Enterprise is dedicated to integrating valuable solutions and helping businesses move past the limitations of technology. Offering both fiber Internet access and Ethernet solutions, we make the question of Ethernet vs. Internet irrelevant; we can help you design and implement the right solution with the right technology at the right time.
Running on our wholly owned and redundant national fiber network, our Fiber Internet Access solution provides continuous, protected connectivity between your LAN and the Internet. We offer symmetrical connectivity speeds from 25 Mbps up to 10 Gbps with upload speeds that are as fast as downloads.
Our fiber optic Ethernet services include Ethernet Private LAN (EP-LAN)—or ELAN service—Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) and Ethernet Private Line (EPL), providing point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and any-to-any connectivity, with all data traveling within the secure domain of Layer 2 dedicated high-capacity connections.