Ethernet Availability

Locate major carriers offering Fast or Scalable Gigabit Ethernet in your area

Fast or Scalable Gigabit Ethernet in your areaEthernet quite simply is, plugging your network directly into a telecom provider's network. When you bypass the local phone company you cut out an expensive transport step. Having direct access to customers is a carrier's goal as it allows them to control the user's experience from end to end while reducing cost. These savings are passed on to you.

The growing number of complex, mission-critical applications of today need more and more bandwidth than that offered by existing network configurations. The typical 10 Mbps Ethernet LAN becomes inadequate because it cannot maintain acceptable performance for the Client/Server environment. As audio and streaming video becomes increasingly important, the networked world needed to find a faster technology to accommodate bandwidth demands. Even though Fast Ethernet, which runs at at 100 Mbps, arrived at the networking arena in the mid 1990's, the existence of Fiber Optics or FDDI (100 Mbps) running at the carriers backbone level. Thus, the evolution of Gigabit Ethernet took place, providing a technology solution to the increasing bandwidth problem.

The reason why Ethernet is chosen over the other technologies is due to its many benefits:

    • Scalability
    • Ease of Use
    • Reliability
    • Price Reduction
    • Interoperability
    • Monitoring Capabilities
    • Established Standards
    • Voice and Data
"Over time, Ethernet will overwhelm SONET in the MAN/WAN market. Ethernet is cheaper, has better economies of scale and allows for simpler, more unified networks. Ethernet is at the gates, and it's coming in."

Greg Collins - July 2007
Business Communications Review Magazine

"The market for managed metro Ethernet services is expected to grow by 30 per cent a year until 2010, when it will top $25 billion  worldwide."
Infonetics Research - July 2007

Ethernet Carrier Providers

 Select "Internet Access" to review multiple Ethernet options available for your requested location.

Ethernet cost comparison to T1

 Recommended Ethernet Providers

Service Speed (mbps) Average
per Meg
DS1 1.54 $450 $292.20
Bonded T1 3 $800 $233.00
DS3 45 $5,000 $111.11
Ethernet over Copper 10 $950 $95.00
Fast Ethernet 100 $5,000 $50.00
Gigabit Ethernet 1000 $25,000 $25.00

T1 Rate QuotePlease Select your Service Request Type:

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Voice (SIP/LD/Local/VoIP/POTS)
Networks (MPLS/VPN/WAN/P2P)
Integrated Access (Voice/Data/Flex/PRI)
Network Services (Firewall/Collocation)

We will confirm if Ethernet is available in your area and assist with negotiating the lowest rate possible. We will inform you of any carrier discounts currently offered.


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