wired Internet


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wired Internet

A network that provides access to the Internet by being hard wired to the provider. A wired Internet connection implies cable, DSL or FiOS, which is cabled from the user's premises to the service provider. With regard to connecting a device within the home or office, the term may refer to using Ethernet instead of Wi-Fi. Contrast with wireless Internet. See cable Internet, DSL and FiOS.
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Even if you prefer wired Internet (and I very much do), we've all had scenarios where running a new line for a system was a serious routing headache.
The property offers tenants access to 11 wired Internet Service Providers, more than 50 cross-connects, and public Wi-Fi throughout the Food Hall and courtyards.
But Harding added that some of those midmarket business customers use it exclusively, although it is also sold in a package with Windstream's wired internet service.
Apart from that, Sony recommends a 5Mbps wired internet connection for a lag-free gaming experience.
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What if you get to the recital hall or auditorium only to find that there isn't wired internet and/or the Wi-Fi coverage is sketchy at best?
Although quite bothersome and unsightly, a wired internet connection is still quicker.
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However, many organizations, especially those with widely distributed branch locations, are challenged by modern networking issues like rising connectivity costs, wired Internet outages, and new compliance standards, said Jim Rapoza, senior research analyst with the Aberdeen Group.
They agreed that the NTRA's Executive President, Hesham El-Alaily, will be assigned to negotiate with the companies that provide wired internet services to provide low cost offers at speeds of 1MB as well as 2MB.
Residents communicate by using landline phone service and wired Internet connections, but if you're visiting and need to make a call, there's only one option: a rusty pay phone on the north side of town.