Exede from DSI is the next generation satellite broadband. Embedded with the newest technology in satellite internet broadband, Exede lives up to its customers' expectations. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. This ideal mixture of stellar bandwidth and wireless technology has made it possible for even country dwellers to go online in big city style.
The smart consumer can choose from many package options to accommodate both their needs and their budget. Starting at just $49.99, you can enjoy a monthly bandwidth of 10GB, great for those who are new to connecting to the net. Those who go online to perform basic tasks such as catching up on the latest news, sending e-mails to friends and family and conducting Internet research will find much to like about this plan. And for an extra $30, you can access twice that capacity at 15GB, allowing you to view additional films, transmit more photographs, and supplement your media-rich online experience. The 15GB plan will be best for those of you who heavily surf the internet and visit content-rich websites such as Facebook and YouTube. For a top price of $129.99 a month, this 25GB plan provides the ultimate Internet savings. The 25GB option is ideal for homes that boast a number of simultaneously surfing computers, and for those who can't get enough of lively tunes, streaming motion pictures and other sizable files. In addition, each plan also provides a strong customer service component; the same plan that accompanies ViaSat on a customary basis.
HughesNet, another satellite broadband service provided through Dish Network, supplies similar plans but with added rules and restrictions. HughesNet's systems do not allow customers to use the internet to its full potential, primarily due to the fact that their bandwidth caps at 250MB per day. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
By choosing cable internet such as Comcast or Cox, you are restricted to that provider and must adjust your location so as to receive good internet. For people who reside in out of the way regions, this can pose a definite problem. Companies such as Time Warner, Cox and Comcast still offer a decent quality cable network.
Fiber optic cable, a light based cable, is the basis for Google's Fiber and Verizon's FiOS. FiOS and Fiber both use fiber optic cable which is a format of cable that uses light to transfer information and not electricity, which is susceptible to resistance. While there are many speed benefits in using fiber optic cable, the main problem (and it will probably be a problem for years to come) is that it is not available for most people.
Introduced in 2012, this novel satellite was created from the most innovative technology on today's market--and now you can enjoy it as well. ViaSat's Exede promises you reliable connection with the speed and quality you can't get from DSL or dial-up providers. Unlike HughesNet, Exede utilizes the Ka band bandwidth which is used by satellites with high resolution, thus providing our customers with an uninterrupted connection throughout the day.This mix of advanced Internet technology and quality service has been combined and optimized to deliver the best of any Internet experience. Everything you wanted to do but couldn't because of slow internet or constant interruptions can now be done with ViaSat's Exede ME from DSI.