Redundant circuits to back up a company’s network is a common practice for businesses in the healthcare, financial, hospitality, and professional services industries that highly rely on Internet to run their day to day operations. Interruptions in their Internet connectivity can be extremely costly and put their business at a halt.
When looking for redundancy, some organizations opt for an additional line connection. The problem with this solution is that it is not redundant because it doesn’t provide true physical diversity. Many telecommunication providers deliver their services through the same conduit lines underground, not protecting your business infrastructure in case of natural disasters, acts of terror or human error.
Non-Redundant Lease Line Service
Wireless Broadband Redundancy
At Stimulus Technologies we offer Broadband Internet connection through our fixed wireless Metro Ethernet network. Compared to traditional wired service, our network travels through a completely different technology, using microwave and micro millimeter waves, delivering a true diverse network path that your company can rely on.
With 99.99% uptime, Stimulus Internet service can provide your business with scalable, flexible, redundant and affordable service. Many businesses decide to use wired line service as their back up system and choose wireless link technology as their primary provider.
Whether you need to transmit data, voice, video IP, or TDM traffic, Stimulus Technologies can help you design and implement the best system infrastructure for your businesses.
Examples of network outages in the news:
Dec 10, 2009 – Embarq customers’ phone service was disrupted after a contractor installing a sewer line near downtown Las Vegas cut through the phone carrier’s lines. State offices, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, experienced disruptions, as did some Verizon users.
April 9, 2009 – Santa Clara County, CA declared a local emergency when someone intentionally cut an underground fiber optic cable in South San Jose taking out cellular, internet, and phone usage to AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint/Nextel customers affecting multiple cities for almost 10 hours.
Are you ready for the change? Call us today for a no cost consultation and to receive a quote.