Frame Relay and Point to Point
Want to see your data really move?

Get yourself connected with Atlantic.Net's Frame Relay or Point-to-Point T-1/T-3. Ideal for businesses that demand bandwidth for videoconferencing, multi-office connectivity, or Web hosting, these high-speed circuits empower your business to move faster and work smarter.

High Speed
With data-transfer rates ranging from 64Kbps to 45 Mbps, frame-relay and point-to-point connections are designed to keep up with your fast company. That's enough bandwidth to connect satellite offices, run your own Web server, or create a virtual private network to secure your data.

Low Latency
With frame relay and T-1/T-3 access, your data hits fewer speed bumps on the information superhighway. Low latency combined with big bandwidth equals a fast, high-capacity network.

Stable and Dependable
Because high-speed circuits get priority support from the telephone companies that serve Atlantic.Net, you can expect the best customer service possible when you choose frame-relay or point-to-point connectivity.

For more information, contact Atlantic.Net Commercial Sales at 1-800-521-5881 or e-mail sales@atlantic.net.


Frame Relay Vs. Point to Point
Frame Relay: A Cost-Effective Solution
In most cases, frame relay is the economical choice to connect multiple office locations. Unlike a T-1 or T-3, frame-relay access requires only a flat-fee initial investment, rather than a loop charge based on the distance from the telco to your office. You also won't need to purchase as much equipment to network offices using frame relay. An Atlantic.Net account representative can prepare customized quotes for several networking solutions, so you can make an informed decision about your company's communication needs.

Point-to-Point T-1/T-3: Fast & Reliable
Point-to-point circuits offer the fastest and most reliable connections available, because they're the only communications option delivering guaranteed capacity over a completely uncongested and unshared line. For example, information traveling over shared frame-relay lines merges with other users' data at a switching point before arriving at its destination. So, during peak usage periods, your data can get stuck in five o'clock traffic. However, info passing over a point-to-point circuit can go the speed limit all the time, because the connection doesn't carry anybody else's communications. Thus, the carrier can assure a given level of quality.


For more information, contact Atlantic.Net Commercial Sales at 1-800-521-5881 or e-mail sales@atlantic.net.

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