- SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Networks) which increase availability and can increase traffic throughput for business-critical applications.
- New options such as better satellite delivered Internet access. Satellite was always considered a last resort for rural locations but new satellites going online and lessons learned about cellular failover during hurricane Irma. Even though much of the cellular network stayed in-tact during the storm the system was grossly overloaded and unusable in many locations.
- Mergers and acquisitions are quickly changing the business landscape. Charter Communications purchased BrightHouse Networks and another looming potential merger is between AT&T and Time Warner. These changes in business relationships and new competitors popping up are lowering costs for many types of Internet connectivity.
It is easy to shop your Internet access options. Just reach out to Maria at 407-982-5342 extension 101 and she can search across all the options available at your address. Many times, we find higher bandwidth speeds for lower prices with your current carrier.