Cooperative Communications, Inc delivers state-of-the-art high speed data access to its clients through its dedicated DSL service. This DSL service is connected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and allows businesses to share and receive email, video conference calls, large files, MP3s, Internet Access, and many other functions that make a business run.The DSL service that Cooperative Communications, Inc offers can handle both Internet access and voice communication simultaneously. When using DSL through Cooperative Communications, Inc, businesses boost productivity and efficiency.With Cooperative Communications, Inc, businesses can choose between different levels of DSL service.ADSL ‘Asymmetrical DSL’ offers faster download speeds than upload speeds. With download speeds up to 7.1 Mbps and upload speeds up to 768 Kbs, this option is ideal for a business that requires downloading vast amounts of information from the Internet, but does not require uploading large sized files.
Today’s applications, such as video and large files (including video conferencing), require fast download times.
Clients choosing the ADSL rely on a dedicated connection and can install the software themselves so they can be up and running immediately.
SDSL is ‘Symmetrical DSL’ and delivers equal upload and download speeds. With download speeds of 1.5 Mbps and upload speeds of 1.5 Mbps, this is ideal for small businesses that rely on receiving and sending information over the Internet. SDSL also comes in a range of speeds, depending on the individual requirements of the business.
Service is available 99.9% of the time, or better, so it’s virtually a dedicated service and offers businesses a fixed public IP address. With professional installation at the business’s premises, it can be up and running very quickly.
Dedicated DSL is the most powerful DSL service and is delivered separate from the telephone service to the business. It offers dedicated Internet access only. Dedicated DSL is ideal for businesses that rely on high speed Internet service, or those that don’t have traditional phone service, or for businesses that wish to keep their phone and Internet services separate.
Businesses get a fixed public IP address and a business telephone line is not required for dedicated DSL.