Sunday, September 13, 2015
It’s no secret, the success of any online venture relies heavily on its high speed internet. Especially in a city like San Jose, said to be the capital of the world famous Silicon Valley. In today’s fast-paced lifestyle, the internet culture has substantially overtaken a number of traditional human interactions and transactions. At this stage, it is almost safe to assume that without the World Wide Web, the world would crash to a standstill, quite literally. All successful business ventures today rely on the Internet for majority of their dealings as well as promotions. While there may be hordes of internet service providers (ISPs) in San Jose, not all of them can afford to deliver what your business really needs—high-speed Internet.
Friday, September 11, 2015
So you’ve decided to brave the odds and move to San Jose, whether it’s to raise your family, take on a new job or even start up your own company. One of the things you will definitely need, whether for business or pleasure, is fast and reliable internet connection. After all, San Jose is home to world famous cyber-hub Silicon Valley, and it simply won’t do for you to browse the Internet at a snail’s pace. It’s not just about avoiding slow browsing though. High-speed internet will help enhance your multi-tasking efforts like bill payments, banking transactions and live streaming all at once. It will also save you plenty of time simply because you won't have to wait so long just for a single page to load.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Online gaming is an extremely demanding activity for any internet connection out there, right next to video streaming. Gameplay is heavily affected by every single hiccup on the connection between your console/PC and the server. This wouldn’t be a problem for more casual games, but since online gaming nowadays is often fast-paced and hardware-intensive, a troubled connection can seriously dampen your gaming sessions. Whenever gamers search for local internet providers around the San Jose area and elsewhere, it’s not unusual for them to take time evaluating their options. A general rule of thumb dictates that a typical online gamer should get any connection except dial-up. The ideal connection should also have low latency (this will be explained later) of about 100 m/s or less, sport speeds of 1 Mbps or higher and must be offered in data plans of at least 1GB.
Monday, September 7, 2015
When young couple Kara Burke and Tom Cairns went house-hunting, they thought they had found their ideal abode: an aged but up-to-date three-bedroom home in Worthington, Massachusetts. While the house did seem to have what any home buyer would want, however, it lacked one significant amenity that prevented them from making a deal: high-speed Internet. As Burke explained, a speedy broadband connection is right up there with electricity. It’s not surprising for the aforementioned young couple to think that way, considering that the worldwide Web is now central to the way most Americans work and live. Students in homes without access may easily find themselves lagging in school assignments, and studies have shown that towns with limited to no web access typically find themselves falling behind economically. Today, that trend has grown to heavily influence buyer decisions on real estate as well.