Data Communication Services

Data Communication Services

Go To Telecom offers data connection services in varying speeds to suit both small and large businesses. Our services include:

T1 Connection

Internet access is increasingly available at higher speeds at lower cost. On the consumer end, broadband has become the norm, with most consumers availing themselves of DSL or cable internet connections for speedy web surfing. These types of connections however, are best suited for home users, telecommuters, or some of the smaller SOHO companies with only two or three employees. Small businesses often do better with a T1 line, or at least a fractional T1 line, since these types of connections offer equal upstream and downstream speeds. T1 connection prices are surprisingly affordable for even the smallest businesses.   [ Read More About T1 Connection ]

DS3 Connection

Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) with more than 50 employees are likely to suffer limitations with a single T1 line. If the company needs just a little more, two T1s may be an adequate solution, but for companies that expect more growth or have substantially more employees, a DS3 line may provide a better option.   [ Read More About DS3 Connection ]

OC3 Connection

Enterprise companies that need the maximum bandwidth available will often need to go beyond even the DS3 (or multiple DS3 lines), to consider the optical carrier (OC) option. OC is a type of SONET fiber optic network, with various multiples, starting at OC-1, which offers 51.85Mbps. The OC-3 delivers bandwidth of 155.52Mbps. The question of scalability comes into play when making the buying decision. As is the case in the entire continuum of bandwidth options, it is often less expensive to move to the next level than it would be to simply buy more of a lesser connection.   [ Read More About OC3 Connection ]

Metro Ethernet

Metro Ethernet, sometimes called Carrier Ethernet, is a technology that can be used to easily create wide area networks (WANs) that interconnect multiple branch offices to each other and to the Internet. The technology, typically offered by a large telecom carrier, provides a useful alternative to older metropolitan network solutions based on more costly SONET technology. Carrier-class Ethernet allows for the same high speeds and performance of SONET, but at much lower cost. While the most common usage of Metro Ethernet is for businesses to connect to a carrier’s Ethernet backbone for inter-office connectivity and Internet access, a larger enterprise may also deploy their own Metro Ethernet to establish interconnection between many branch offices.   [ Read More About Metro Ethernet ]

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At Go To Telecom, there are real people behind the website, ready to give you personalized guidance towards finding the perfect and most cost-effective solution for you. To find out more about the data communication services offered by Go To Telecom, please feel free to contact us at any time. For quick access to details on pricing and service information, please complete our Carrier Services Quote Tool.


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