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Verizon Fios

On Aug 8, 2005, at 6:38 PM, Matt Galster wrote:
>> We have Comcast business cable modem, it works fine for our 25 person
>> company. We are migrating to a wireless (satellite) T1 system soon as
>> a temporary, possibly permanent solution. I'm serving as one of the
>> IT guys until we get around to hiring a real one, but I've been
>> staying out of the provisioning side of things so I have no idea what
>> our terms are. I do know the satellite service is $500/mo and has a
>> latency of 75ms.
>> -Josh
> Is this LEO sat?  75 ms seems pretty dogone low for latency on  
> satellite.

Sorry, I misunderstood, we are using, which  
isn't Sat-service, but is T1 point-to-point wireless. They have no  
discussion of the technology on their website however. I'm not sure  
how it works, or how we are guaranteed any security.


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