Not sure what kind of Internet connection you need?

Steadfast can help!


Here’s what you’ll get:

  • A collaborative assessment of your business’ Internet needs.
  • An explanation of the options available to you (without the technical jargon).
  • Service and support that are as fast and as reliable as your new Internet connection.

*For the ultimate in business productivity, ask about our VoIP bundle options.


Ask us about which of these connections is optimal for your business!


Fiber Optic

About Fiber Optic
Fiber optic lines can carry communications signals for thousands of miles. These lines are used to connect major internet backbones together. However, Fiber optic technology is also great for applications which demand the highest degree of reliability, speed and low-latency.
Advantages and Disadvantages
Advantages: Best for mission-critical applications, very reliable, offers the fastest possible speeds.
Disadvantages: Mostly available in major cities and not all buildings are pre-wired.

Even if your building is not currently wired for fiber optic communications, Steadfast may be able to help.


About Cable
When we refer to cable, we’re talking about the same exact lines that carry your television programming. Fiber optic lines, which originate from your cable company, end up at local nodes. Each node converts the optical signal so that it can be sent over standard coaxial cable.  A typical node may serve hundreds of users.
Advantages and Disadvantages
Advantages: Fast.  Speeds can range from 1.5Mbit/s to 100Mbit/s. Widely available.
Disadvantages: The connection is shared with others on the same node.

Ethernet over Copper

About Ethernet over Copper
This technology allows you to use existing telephone lines for internet connectivity.  A single pair of telephone wire can deliver up to 5.7Mbps. By utilizing multiple pairs, up to 45Mbps can be achieved.
Advantages and Disadvantages
Advantages: Can use your existing telephone wiring for high-speed internet. If multiple wire pairs are available, then redundancy is created for additional reliability.
Disadvantages: Not as widely available as other internet options.  The length of cabling affects the available speed.


About Wireless
This technology brings high-speed, reliable internet to anywhere! When a broadband connection is required in a shorter amount of time, then wireless is a good choice. This wireless broadband is powered by extremely fast 4G connections, which run independently of the cellular telephone networks.
Advantages and Disadvantages
Advantages: Quick installation and high-speed.
Disadvantages: Higher cost, line of sight required and a dish must be installed on-site.


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