Where fiber is not readily available, a DSL connection serves as a cost-effective alternative. With DSL you will often get lower installation costs, and will have to compromise on bandwidth flexibility. DSL is equipped to handle moderate internet usage needs. You can get a DSL connection installed through your existing phone lines.
There are several variations of DSL available depending on your location. For example, ADSL (letter A stands for asymmetric) means receiving data is faster than sending data out. ADSL is most commonly used in the consumer market. With SDSL (symmetric DSL) the bandwidth is the same whether receiving or sending data. This form of connectivity is considered most efficient for companies transferring a lot of critical data via internet.
The latest technological developments of DSL bonding and vectoring have increased the speed and stability of the connection. A2B Internet was one of the first companies to deliver vectored DSL. Using this technology it is possible to get speeds of up to 200 Mb/s downstream and 60 Mb/s upstream. When choosing the DSL connectivity at A2B Internet, the DSL line will be exclusively dedicated to your company and not shared with any other users.
To ensure higher speed, the majority of DSL connections in the Netherlands have redundancy and are therefore connected for bonding, whereas vectoring compensates for the static on the DSL line. To do this successfully continuous status updates are being exchanged between the client modem and the provider.
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