Aasani Dedicated Internet Access

Comprehensive Security Solutions for your Business

In today’s business world, the internet is a vital tool for many companies. From data storage and backup to VoIP calls and online sales, the internet is essential for many businesses to function. Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) is a professional grade internet connection that offers several advantages over other types of internet access. By investing in DIA, businesses can avoid competing for bandwidth with their neighbors and take full advantage of high-speed data transfer and storage. DIA is an essential service for businesses that rely on the internet to function, and by investing in DIA, you can rest assured that your business will have the connectivity it needs to thrive.

With Aasani Telecom Dedicated Internet Access, You Experience:


Our commitment is to uninterrupted service, and we take pride in delivering the utmost reliability. With a steadfast dedication to ensuring uptime, we proudly guarantee an impressive 99.99% uptime for your peace of mind.

Expert Support

Access round-the-clock expert technical support from any location. Our dedicated team is ready to assist you at any time, providing unparalleled expertise to ensure seamless operations and prompt solutions. With our 24/7 support, you can trust that your technical concerns will be addressed promptly and effectively, no matter where you are.

Guaranteed Uptime

Ensure uninterrupted operations with our 99.99% uptime guarantee. We prioritize the reliability of our services, providing you with the assurance that your systems will consistently stay operational, contributing to the smooth and efficient functioning of your business. Trust in our commitment to deliver a dependable and stable uptime experience.

Fiber Internet FAQs

For professional users who rely on the internet for things like video conferencing, cloud-based software, and online backup services, fiber optic internet is an absolute must. Its transmission of data via light signals results in an extremely fast and strong connection, capable of handling large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. What’s more, fiber optic cables are able to carry data over long distances without losing signal strength – up to 40 miles in some cases. This is a significant advantage over copper telephone lines, which are only designed to transfer audio signals and cannot handle large quantities of data. As the world increasingly moves online, businesses and households alike will benefit from investing in a reliable fiber optic internet connection.

When it comes to internet service providers (ISPs), there are two main types of connections: Fiber and Cable. While both are great options for high-speed internet, they do have some key differences that can make one more suitable for your needs than the other. Fiber is a type of connection that uses pulses of light to transfer data. Fiber connections are typically much faster than cable, with download speeds ranging from 500 Mbps to 1 Gbps (gigabits per second). However, fiber is often more expensive and may not be available in all areas. Cable connections use coaxial cables to transmit signal, which can be less reliable than fiber but still provide very fast speeds. Cable connections typically range from 50 Mbps to 500 Mbps and can be cheaper than fiber options. However, they may be affected by network congestion if there are a lot of users in your area using the same cable line.

Fiber optics significantly enhances video streaming by providing faster and more reliable data transmission. The high bandwidth of fiber-optic cables allows for the seamless delivery of large amounts of data, resulting in quicker loading times, minimal buffering, and enhanced overall streaming quality. Unlike traditional copper cables, fiber optics are less susceptible to interference and signal degradation, ensuring a stable and consistent connection. This reliability, coupled with the increased speed, contributes to an improved video streaming experience, making fiber optics an ideal choice for those seeking smoother and more efficient content consumption.

For businesses, professional appearance is important. Part of having a professional appearance is keeping up with the latest trends. When it comes to technology, this means having the latest versions of software and OS. However, updating can be a hassle, and automatic updates can use a lot of bandwidth, which can be a problem for businesses that have limited broadband services. When updates are constantly being downloaded in the background, it can slow down internet connections and make other tasks more time-consuming. For businesses that rely on fast internet speeds, it may be better to disable automatic updates and update programs manually. This way, employees can update programs when it is most convenient for them and won’t have to worry about slowdown or other issues.

Fiber Optic Internet

Speeds up to 100×100 Gbps

A business’ success often depends on its ability to communicate both internally and externally. In professional settings, first impressions are everything. If a client or customer tries to reach you and gets a busy signal, they may not call back. If your website is slow to load, potential customers may go elsewhere. And if your video conference keeps freezing, it’ll be hard to close the deal. In today’s fast-paced world, having a dedicated, reliable bandwidth that can support even the most demanding applications is essential. Fiber optic service delivers just that, with symmetrical speeds and consistent data throughput that businesses need to stay competitive. Whether you’re collaborating on a project or streaming a video conference, fiber optic service ensures that you won’t be interrupted by dropped calls or frozen screens. And because it can handle large amounts of data quickly and over long distances, fiber optic is the ideal solution for businesses that rely heavily on data transfer. For a business-critical service, fiber optic delivers the best dedicated bandwidth available.

Business Ethernet Service

Speeds up to 100×100 Gbps

When it comes to business, professional-grade bandwidth is a must. With Business Ethernet, you get all that and more. Resilience at high speeds is crucial for businesses with demanding environments, and Business Ethernet delivers. It’s also up to 50% less expensive than comparable T1 service. And because it leverages your existing infrastructure, it’s a cost-effective solution for business. Asymmetric Ethernet is also available for less intensive upload situations. So whether you need symmetric or asymmetric speeds, Business Ethernet has you covered. With Business Ethernet, you can be confident you’re getting the best value for your bandwidth needs. So don’t settle for anything less – go with Business Ethernet and get the professional-grade bandwidth you need to succeed.

Ethernet FAQs

Why Choose Ethernet?

In the realm of business internet solutions, navigating the myriad of options can be a daunting task. However, when prioritizing factors such as reliability, speed, and cost-effectiveness, Symmetrical Business Ethernet emerges as a standout choice for discerning businesses. This robust service not only delivers a dependable and high-speed connection but does so without imposing a financial burden. Noteworthy advantages over traditional T1 lines include significantly lower latency and a substantial increase in bandwidth, providing businesses with the agility and efficiency needed in today’s digital landscape.

What sets Symmetrical Business Ethernet apart is its cost-effectiveness compared to bonded T1 lines. The service not only offers a more economical alternative but also demands less on-premises equipment than comparable T1 services, simplifying the infrastructure for businesses. Moreover, the flexibility of provisioning higher speeds on existing circuits underscores the scalability of Symmetrical Business Ethernet. This adaptability proves to be a cost-effective and reliable solution, allowing businesses to seamlessly meet and exceed their evolving bandwidth requirements.

Whether the goal is to enhance internet speeds, reduce monthly costs, or strike a balance between the two, Symmetrical Business Ethernet stands out as a versatile and compelling option. In essence, it provides businesses with the ideal blend of performance, affordability, and scalability, making it a worthy consideration for those looking to elevate their connectivity experience and support the ever-growing demands of their operations.

T1 Internet & Bonded T1

Speeds up to 12x12 Mbps

Our T1 and Bonded T1 plans offer a professional and reliable solution for businesses seeking symmetrical upload and download speeds. Notably, these plans are not affected by distance from the central office, ensuring consistent performance. Bonded T1 takes it a step further by utilizing the entire capacity of the circuit through inverse multiplexing, thereby delivering increased bandwidth to meet the growing demands of data transmission, image sharing, and running web, email, or database services. With T1 speeds ranging from 1.5 to 12.0 Mbps, our services cater to various business needs, providing a versatile solution. We pride ourselves on a 99.99% uptime Service Level Agreement (SLA), guaranteeing a dependable connection. Our professional installation and setup process ensures a seamless onboarding experience, allowing your business to be up and running swiftly. Choosing our T1 and Bonded T1 plans means selecting a high-speed internet service that prioritizes reliability, performance, and efficiency to meet the connectivity demands of modern businesses.


What is T1 and Bonded T1?

A T1 line is a professional communications transmission service that uses two twisted pair copper wires to transmit and receive data or voice traffic. Each T1 connection is provisioned with an industry standard DS1 loop. Aasani Telecom facilitates the professional installation and setup of your T1 service. Purchase a business-class router with one year warranty; rent a router with lifetime warranty. Or use your own equipment if it meets our requirements. T1 lines are sometimes referred to as DS1 lines, and they are the most common type of digital circuit used in North America. They are commonly used by small to medium businesses as well as by residential customers who need high-speed Internet access. A single T1 line can provide data speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps (megabits per second), and can be bonded together with other T1 lines to create even higher speeds. If you’re looking for a reliable, high-speed Internet connection, a T1 line is a great option.

What are the key differences between T1 and Ethernet?

Ethernet has become the professional standard for Local Area Networking (LAN) due to its high-speed and low-cost. Ethernet’s popularity in business applications has grown as business demand for higher bandwidth has increased. Businesses Ethernet offers several advantages over other types of networking including: higher bandwidths, easier and less expensive scalability, and robustness. T1/Bonded T1 uses link bonding technology which is an older technology with limited throughput. An impediment in any one of the T1 lines can impact the entire connection. Ethernet uses loop bonding, a newer technology with more throughput. If one loop fails, the bandwidth remains available. Ethernet is also less expensive to scale because it does not require additional equipment like T1/Bonded T1 do. Therefore, businesses should consider using Ethernet to meet their networking needs.

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