The Infographic below shows about pros and cons of different types of typical broadband connectivity like T1 lines, cables, DSL, Fiber and Dual Internet. T1 used to be a popular method of access for corporate and remote locations a few years back. Today there lines are comparatively slow and expensive to deliver. DSL delivers broadband over existing twisted pair telephone cabling and provides reasonably good throughput for download even though it is prone to interference and distance limitations. Cable provides connectivity on existing cable lines for television and can provide good reliable speeds with unsymmetrical throughput. Fiber is today the most popular method with high throughput and reliability. You can also have a connection with a combination of these connectivity types.
With different kinds of access methods to the Internet and ISPs using different technologies at the same time, the need to ensure guaranteed throughput on different types of networks becomes critical. Jaze ISP Manager provides central QoS management with RADIUS based policies for traffic management and control.
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