Very-High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL) service gives your business the chance to operate in the speediest manner while on your network. Instead of analog data, VDSL sends information over your network connection digitally. This features allows for quicker uploads, downloads and data processing.
In order for your business to use the connection, VDSL providers need to change over traditional phone lines to fiber optic cables. Many local phone companies have launched a campaign to start offering very high speed broadband to its customers.
1. Find VDSL information. You’re going to want to learn about how the line works and what types of speeds it operates at.
2. Locate VDSL providers. Since it’s not unavailable on a widespread level yet, you’ll have to determine if your location can access very high speed DSL.
3. Sign up for business VDSL service. Your company will run more efficiently if you avoid the delays of a slow Internet connection. Check service rates to determine if your business can afford upgrading your network to VDSL service.
Look through VDSL informationIn order to determine whether to install VDSL, you should look at the basics of how the service works and the average speeds to expect while operating over an Internet connection. Since VDSL service may cost more than standard DSL, you'll want to use the information to determine whether the extra cost is worth it.
Find VDSL companies in your areaYou may want to first contact your local phone company in order to find out if they have currently started the process of installing fiber optic cables in the neighborhood of your business location.
Order VDSL equipmentYou can discuss rental and buying options of equipment, including a VDSL modem, with your service provider. If they quote on high rate, you can choose to buy the equipment from other sources that offer a more modest price.
- Maximum speeds for VDSL can vary, but generally obtains a maximum sending speed of 16Mbps and maximum receiving speed of 52Mbps. These speeds reflect an average of 8 times faster than a standard DSL line.