Endless Internet Possibilities
CTC Business prides itself on serving its customers and finding creative solutions for your business's internet needs. CTC Business uses a unique architecture that leverages the existing network of major fiber networks all over the United States. With the ability to run data over a multitude of diverse routes, CTC Business can get network to even the most remote offices, connecting all your branches under one provider. CTC Business also has a variety of ways to get data to your business including Fiber, EoC, EoTDM, Point-to-Point Wireless Circuits, and DSL. With CTC Business as your Internet Provider, you can rest assured that if your business needs to be connected, CTC Business will make it happen.
Internet is the lifeblood of many businesses. If staying connected is important to you, fiber is a no-brainer. With a 99.99% uptime, fiber is the most reliable form of internet connectivity on the market today. You can rest easy knowing your important applications are backed by a dedicated point to point circuit provided by CTC Business.
Benefits of Fiber:
Unlike your internet connection at home, Fiber is not shared. This means your bandwidth is always available even during your most mission-critical moments of your workday.
Because your connection is not shared, Fiber is inherently more secure. This allows your company to transmit sensitive data, Internet, and voice traffic over a protected and reliable network.
As your business and data needs grow, so can your internet speeds. With symmetrical connections from 5mb to 10GB, CTC Business will work with you to ensure your businesses growth is not stunted by bandwidth.
Fiber is much stronger and more flexible than a traditional copper network thus making it more resistant to human or electrical interference. It is also less susceptible to extreme weather conditions, which can damage or stall data transmission on an older network.
Reduce Latency and Jitter with CTC Business Fiber
Don't you hate when you miss your connecting flight when traveling? So does your voice traffic. Whether your phone call's destination is a customer down the street or a vendor half way across the world, you want to minimize the number of connections (or "hops") your call needs. Otherwise, you run the risk of experiencing poor call quality resulting from voice packets or data being left behind.
To reduce this jitter and latency, go with CTC Business' dedicated fiber optic internet. With your internet and phones running through the same data center, your phone calls have a direct path to their destination resulting in crystal clear phone calls and a dependable connection.