Exede from DSI embodies the future generation of rural-based online service. With ViaSat's innovative technology, which also introduced the world to WildBlue, Exede is a leader in the online market, surpassing all expectations people generally have for a satellite Internet supplier. Exede provides better quality HD movie streaming, picture downloads and web-browsing in general, as opposed to other providers. Thanks to its high quality technology, Exede makes it possible for everyone in rural locations to obtain the services they pay for.
The wise consumer can select from a variety of package options to suit both their needs and their personal budgets. 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. This internet value is most beneficial for customers that plan to use the net for e-mail, research and keeping up with the daily news. For just $79.99 you can double your bandwidth to 15GB and experience a better, faster internet with more options than emails, research and surfing the web. This package is the most commonly used plan, for those who do heavy web surfing through sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Netflix, etc. For a maximum cost of $129.99 per month, this 25GB plan promises optimum 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. Our plans guarantee the same excellence and support that ViaSat has always given its customers.
HughesNet, with is associated with Dish Network, has similar deals as Exede but their company provides more restrictions. This system reaches a top level of 250MB daily, disallowing customers from getting the most from the Internet and its media rich content. In development is a new HughesNet satellite that will provide more access to its wireless internet customers.
Time Warner, Comcast, Cox and other cable companies provide online services that restrict customers to just one provider as well as certain geographic regions in which their Internet cables operate. So why bother considering cable internet when its services are incapable of reaching remote locations? 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. The downside to this is that both Fiber and FiOS are not readily available in much of the US. While it is growing, it will take years before fiber optic cable is run to the majority of the country.
Introduced in 2012, this new type of satellite was developed from the newest and best technology in the world. Exede provides the best of both worlds, providing a solid satellite connection in rural areas limited to the application of DSL and 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 stunning mixture of superior Internet technology has been melded and perfected to supply an unbeatable online experience. Do it all--and quickly--with a little aid courtesy of Exede Broadband Rolla, AR from DSI.