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DSL is a high-speed online service featuring incredibly fast speed, and unlimited Internet access delivered to your personal computer. Because of the unique modem features separating voice signals from high-speed data, your phone line will NEVER be tied up again while online.


 

Explore the possibilities of life online with DSL.
A dedicated high-speed connection can save you time, help you enjoy online activities like shopping and downloading music, open up the option to work at home, and more.

Want to work from home?
DSL makes it possible to send and receive large files, participate in video conferences, and more. Work smarter, faster, and from the convenience of your home with CROSDSL.COM.

Want to maximize your connection with the rest of the world?
Learn how you can use DSL to take advantage of Web intensive activities that will improve the quality of your life.

 
 

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  • Always-On Connection

  • 24hrs High Speed Internet

  • 2 Personal E-Mail Address

  • Dynamic IP Address

  • 2nd Phone line Obsolete

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  • Disconnects

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  • Dial Up Problems

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DSL vs. Dialup

Price:
Dial-up is more expensive than most people think. Consider that dial-up access often requires an additional phone line dedicated for Internet access. The monthly cost for this additional phone line is approximately $20 - $30. When added to the ISP charge of about $20 per month, it is clear that dial-up Internet access actually costs $50 or more per month.

Eliminate multiple dial-up accounts:
Many businesses have multiple dial-up accounts, so they are paying more than $100 a month for slow, dial-up Internet access! One DSL line can easily connect multiple computers in an office. It's easy to justify the cost of a DSL line under these circumstances.

Speed:
DSL is up to 35 times faster than dial-up, so you can get more done in less time. Dial-up is too slow to support many business applications such as sending and receiving large e-mail messages or hosting a web server. Plus, as files are getting larger all the time, dial-up will only get worse! Always On: DSL is constantly connected, so you just click on a desktop icon and you're online. Dial-up is plagued by dropped connections and busy signals.

Telecommuting:
DSL is an outstanding solution for a telecommuter because they tend to send and receive large emails routinely.

DSL vs. Cable Modems

Availability:
Most businesses are not wired for cable. Television companies didn't install cable to business parks because they never expected cable to be useful to business customers. Because DSL uses telephone lines instead of cable, DSL is more widely available to business customers. Security: The cable network is built such that every cable user in a given neighborhood or business district is sharing the same connection to the Internet. This shared network increases security risks because neighboring cable customers can more easily intercept data or hack into another user's computer. DSL is a dedicated connection; it's not shared with other DSL users.

Predictable Speed:
Since cable users are sharing a connection to the Internet the speed on each user's line decreases as more users connect. For the beginning adopters users it may seem great. But, each additional user slows it down! In May of 1999 Keynote Systems, an Internet performance authority, analyzed the performance of cable modems and DSL and found that at times of peak Internet usage DSL outperformed cable modems. Static IP Address: Cable modems often come with a dynamically assigned IP address, which makes it difficult to host e-mail or web servers. DSL normally has a static IP address option.

Upstream Speed:
Cable modems typically do not offer enough upstream speed to perform business applications like sending a large e-mail message or hosting a web server. A typical cable modem offers only 128 Kbps upstream speed, while DSL offers a maximum upstream speed of 2.3 Mbps. That's about 10 times faster!

 
 

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