Exede from DSI is the newest satellite internet provider for rural areas. With ViaSat's novel brand of technology, which also brought the world WildBlue, Exede leads the online market, passing all expectations that people currently have for a satellite online provider. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. Its nouveau technology features and high speed optimized bandwidth has made it possible for every individual in rural locations to enjoy the internet quality of their urban counterparts.
The smart consumer can choose from many package options to accommodate both their needs and their budget. Beginning at a low cost of $49.99, you can access a bandwidth of 10GB per month; ideal for those making new connections with the online world. Those who surf the Internet to do the basics--i.e., read the news, send e-mail and research important topics--will find much to like about this plan. And for an additional $30 charge, you can get twice that capacity at 15GB, permitting the user to view more movies, send along more photos, and enhance your media-rich Internet experience. This package is intended for users who plan to visit content-rich sites such as YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, etc. Topping off at $129.99 per month, the 25GB plan offers you the biggest and the best of what we have to deliver. This 25GB plan is perfect for houses in which many residents surf the net at the same time, and for those who enjoy listening to songs, streaming films and other sizable files. Exede's packages promise you the same quality service and support that ViaSat always gave its customers.
HughesNet, with is associated with Dish Network, has similar deals as Exede but their company provides more restrictions. This system can reach an optimum 250MB each day, not allowing customers to get the very most out of the Internet as well as its media content. HughesNet certainly has plans for the future of wireless internet but it has not yet reached the bar.
Time Warner, Cox, Comcast and other cable companies offer online services that restrict patrons to a single provider as well as certain geographic areas in which their Internet cables run. This can be problematic for those of you who live in remote areas. Cable internet from these companies may be fading fast as satellite internet catches up in the speed and bandwidth game.
Fiber optic cable, a light based cable, is the basis for Google's Fiber and Verizon's FiOS. 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. As with every new technology, it takes time for it to spread. Fiber optic internet is only available in select areas from both Google and Verizon.
Making its grand introduction in 2012, this novel variety of satellite was culled from the newest and most modern technology in the world. With ViaSat's Exede, you get the best of both worlds: fast, solid internet and satellite reliability regardless of your location. By utilizing the Ka band (an upgrade from the Ku band that providers like Hughesnet uses), ViaSat 1 offers much higher bandwidth and speed so you can surf as well as those with cable.This ideal mix of Internet technology has now been idealized to provide the ultimate online experience. The world is at your fingertips with Exede Broadband Poyen, AR from DSI--clear, fast and uninterrupted.