Exede from DSI represents the next generation of rural internet. Thanks to groundbreaking technology courtesy of ViaSat, the corporation who introduces WildBlue, Exede beats 'em all, easily surpassing all expectations you have of a satellite-based online supplier. Download more sizable photos, stream HD films, send e-mail messages more efficiently. This fantastic mix of optimized bandwidth and wireless technology has made it feasible for even those who live in remote rural regions to go online.
There are different package options you can choose from based on your internet needs and your budget. Our first package offer for a monthly 10GB bandwidth is just $49.99. Those who go online for only the essentials--i.e., checking up on the news, sending e-mails and researching various subjects--will find much to love 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. This premium package is the most preferred choice by customers who intend to use the net for more than just looking through news articles and checking emails. For a maximum cost of $129.99 per month, this 25GB plan promises optimum Internet savings. The 25GB plan is best for those with families with multiple computers surfing at the same time, or for those of you who enjoy streaming movies, music and other large files. Our plans guarantee the same excellence and support that ViaSat has always given its customers.
HughesNet, an associate satellite internet company of Dish Network, offers the same services as Exede but with many more restrictions. Usually capping at 250MB per day, using their system restricts customers from utilizing the full potential of the internet in terms of multimedia content. HughesNet is available in many remote areas of the country where other internet connections are not available.
Cable internet companies such as Time Warner and Comcast restrict their services to customers based on geographical locations. For residents who live in rural areas, this can pose a problem. Cable Internet is still the mode of choice for many as it is available in many areas.
A popular new form of internet communication is through fiber optics, something which Verizon FiOS has offered for a few years and something that Google is expanding. Fiber optic technology is fairly new in relation to cable. It still uses a cable but one that is made of a flexible glass tube. This tube allows for almost transparent data transportation and allows for a greater bandwidth than traditional electrical cables allow. The issue with fiber optic and any landline based internet is that it takes a long time to lay down all the cable. If you think about it, your house or apartment maybe hooked up to a cable network but it has taken decades for companies to provide the infrastructure and it has been subsidized by many companies. In this case, there are only two companies and they have every single household and business in America to hook up. It might be fast, but it also might be a while before you can see these benefits.
Making its grand introduction in 2012, this novel variety of satellite was culled from the newest and most modern technology in the world. Exede from Viasat provides the ultimate of all possible options, offering a strong internet connection with reliable satellites in rural regions otherwise limited to the usage of DSL and other dial up connections. Through the use of the Ka band (a definite enhancement over the Ku band utilized by Hughesnet and other providers), ViaSat 1 supplies an extensive bandwidth that enables the user to surf at the same speed as those who have cable.This winning mix of advanced Internet technology has been combined and optimized to deliver an incredible Internet experience. The world is at your fingertips with Exede Broadband Portsmouth, NH from DSI--clear, fast and uninterrupted.