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Metro Ethernet: A solid choice for businesses

It probably goes without saying that conducting business today can be very difficult without reliable internet access, and yet, scores of businesses around the world make do with sub-par connections. From slow T1 to DSL connections, businesses are putting up with slow speeds and antiquated technologies when they shouldn’t have to. But these businesses should know that superior options like Continue Reading...
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When speed and reliability matters, Metro Ethernet is a solid choice

Think about the business that you conduct on the web every day. Perhaps you trade securities on the stock market, or maybe you’re sending extremely large files to an office on the other side of the country. For many companies, most if not all of their business is done on the internet. And for many of these businesses, dealing with Continue Reading...
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Ethernet over Coax – A Customer Scenario

Many companies have been taking advantage of Ethernet services over the past few years when it comes to increasing Internet bandwidth speeds. Metro Ethernet, which is delivered over fiber, has been one of the most popular commercial Internet services we offer here at MegaNet over the last 3 years. Ethernet over Copper is quickly growing in popularity as well, particularly Continue Reading...
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Three Things To Consider When Changing Your Firewall

Technology is constantly changing. Consumers and business alike often want the “latest and greatest” when it comes to hardware and software, but this is often particularly true when it comes to the security companies need to put into place to protect their networks and data. Firewall technology has been a staple on computer networks for years, and businesses are always Continue Reading...
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Fiber Startup Costs and Install Timeframes

Many of our clients at MegaNet have been moving over to fiber for their Internet access services, and the majority of requests from potential customers we’ve been getting lately have been for fiber-based Internet access as well. There are a number of different ways fiber can be delivered to a company’s location, and there are also different timeframes and costs Continue Reading...
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Announcing MegaNet Fiber Internet and Ethernet Over Coax

We’re proud to announce that we’ve just rolled out two new services available to businesses in Massachusetts and Rhode Island – MegaNet Fiber Internet Service and Ethernet over Coax! MegaNet Fiber Internet Service Our new Fiber Internet Service is based off of the FiOS platform, and offers businesses speeds anywhere from 25M through 500M (if available). This new service is Continue Reading...
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Moving Your Business? Some Installation Guidelines

Recently we’ve been contacted by a number of businesses who are either moving locations, or are opening up new branches. Summer time is one of the best times to move, given that a rainstorm certainly won’t cause as much havoc as a blizzard will in mid-winter! While we’ve all gotten used to the fact that the Internet is pretty much Continue Reading...
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Three Reasons Your Business Should Use Metro Ethernet

Internet access has come a long way in just the past 15 years. Companies have a wide range of Internet access options to choose from, based on their network needs and budget, unlike “the good old days” when just about everyone was using dialup access. Businesses have gone from seeing the Internet as a potentially useful tool to considering it Continue Reading...
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Telecom Essentials For Your Startup Business

Starting a new business is a daunting task – funding, location, business plans, employees… there are a lot of things to think about and get into place! Every business needs to have a number of services in place so they can effectively find clients, be found by potential clients, and help those clients once they come onboard. To help those Continue Reading...
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Installation Timeframes for Metro Ethernet, T1, DSL, and Wireless

When we’re working with new customers, one of the first questions we ask is what sort of timeframe they’re looking at to have their new services up and running. Usually there’s enough time to get new services installed and tested before they cut over, however every now and again we’ll get a call from someone who’s got a bit of Continue Reading...
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