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Ethernet Over Fiber High- Bandwidth
Broadview’s Dedicated Internet Access ( DIA) services deliver high-speed connectivity at cost-effective prices and a range of connectivity options—from 1.5 Mbps to 100 Mbps, so you can scale as needed. Our DIA options feature next- generation high bandwidth services that leverage our fiber backbone to deliver the speeds your customer's need. Broadview’s DIA offers a wide range of options to connect to the internet at high speed, including Ethernet and high-capacity fiber-optic delivery, as well as traditional T1-based solutions, all delivering cost-efficient, high bandwidth for business applications, video conferencing, remote data storage and e-commerce applications. When your customers demand more, Broadview’s DIA simplifies migration to higher performance, value, and scalability.
Ethernet over Copper (EoC) Service
Our EoC service is designed for Carriers interested in provisioning data speeds up to 30 Mbps to the end user premise. Broadview’s state-of-the-art network and numerous patented processes and systems enable us to provide high-speed data service quickly and cost-effectively. Coupled with our Data Colocation services, EoC can extend your private IP network to satellite offices or end user sites to your space in one of Broadview’s colocation facilities. As with all of our high bandwidth products, EoC can be delivered dynamically with PRI or SIP handoff to provide a complete dedicated voice and data solution.
Data T1 and Dynamic Bandwidth T1
Broadview offers a comprehensive portfolio of dedicated circuits that are available from the end user’s premises to our switching centers. For Data T1 services, Broadview can provision last mile facilities for your users from anywhere within our footprint. Our dynamic T1 service combines the benefits of Data T1 and Voice T1 services to provide your users with up to 24 voice channels with dynamically allocated IP bandwidth, burstable up to 6 Mbps. Resellers also receive daily CDR for all dedicated voice usage associated with their circuits through an FTP site.