Let us help you find the optimal balance
Internet access is vague statement in an industry filled with choice and constantly evolving technologies. Trinity's team of network specialists can analysis your situation to help you determine what internet service product is the best fit for your business - minimizing unnecessary costs while preventing bottle necks and latency issues. Our products focus around DSL, Ethernet over Copper, T1, Wireless and Fiber internet services, which together provide a range of speed and bandwidth perfect for almost any business. Our team at Trinity knows what providers, products and pricing is available to your business facility and works between their team and yours to negotiate the most cost efficient package possible.
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FastDSL: Also known as a, Digital Subscriber Line. Trinity’s DSL service providers can deliver download speeds up to 25Mbps and upload speeds up to 5Mbps. Pricing ranges from $24.95 to $189.95.
Internet T1 (1.54 Mbps): An internet T1 service is provided by a telephone service provider with two copper pairs. The copper pairs are traditionally delivered by the local incumbent, to the business facility’s MPOE (minimum point of entry), typically a basement or electrical room. From this point the customer is responsible for providing a CaT5e or CAT6 cable cross connect from the MPOE to the customer’s computer/telephone room. Once the cross connect is complete, the internet T1 is ready to be plugged into the internet service providers router. The internet speed for this services has an upload & download speed of 1.54mbps. Trinity Network Solutions can deliver pricing starting at $315 per month.
FasterBonded T1 (3.0 Mbps): Everything that applies to the Internet T1 service above, applied to the Bonded T1 internet connection. The difference is the internet speed. A bonded T1 internet connection has an upload and download connection of 3.0mbps. The local incumbent will provide 2 T1’s to the business facility. The internet service provide will provide a router with two T1 wicks, and then bonded the connections together to provide the 3.0Mbps internet connection. Trinity can sell Bonded T1’s starting at $568.00 monthly.
Ethernet Over Copper (EoC): We have providers that can deliver Ethernet via copper vs. the traditional multi mode or single mode fiber connection. This deliver method is accomplished by the telecom internet service provider utilizing a CPE on site and bonding 4 pairs up to 8 pairs and supplying a fast ethernet connection to the customer. Dedicated internet connections start at 3Mbps, then 5Mbps, 10Mbps, 15Mbps, 20Mbps, 25Mbps and 30Mbps. Pricing for this type of dedicated internet connection has a range of $400 – $1500 monthly.
FastestWireless Internet Services: Trinity Network has every internet service solution you can think of. If you are a business that cannot receive Fiber Internet Service, Ethernet over copper, T1 internet or Bonded T1 internet services are too expensive, the our wireless internet service providers can be a great fit for your business. The wireless internet services provider will need access to your roof and a conduit path from the roof to your suite. We typically see businesses purchasing wireless internet for either their primary internet connection when fiber internet, ethernet over copper or T1 isn’t available. Wireless interent is a more cost effective internet connection than T1, fiber or EoC as well. These providers can service broadband needs from 3Mbps, 5Mbps, 6Mbps, 10mbps, 20Mbps, 30Mbps, 40mbps, 100mbps, 200mbps, 300Mbps. Pricing ranges from $400 to $5000 monthly for this range of internet service offerings.
Fiber Internet Services: other products that may fall into this category are, fast ethernet, metropolitan ethernet, ethernet local access, 1gbps, 1gE, metropolitan optical ethernet, QMOE, MOE or High Bandwidth. A business looking for Fiber Internet Services typically is looking for dedicated internet speeds from 50Mbps, 100mbps, 200Mbps, 300Mbps, 500Mbps, 1000MBps, 1gE, 1Gbps, 10Gbps and above. Fiber services can be delivered as an electrical or optical hand off into your network.