ADSL: The New Approach
Every Internet customer has a separate modem, phone line and Internet account. However, most customer lines share the same physical media path to access the Internet.
Typically an Internet customer shares his or her connection with at least 40 other customers, if not much more. This highly shared connection adversely affects the customer's expected speed and quality of service. Since this high-sharing ratio is not transparent to most customers, they do not understand how their speed can reduce to 2 kbps during high peak hours every day, especially when they pay for a 1Mbps or 512Kbps speed every month.
IONet's position evolves around three customer needs:
1. Transparent number of shared lines for Internet access
2. Guaranteed speed delivery during every peak hour of the day
3. More attention to specific wants for new types of services or improvements
IONet effectively meets each of the above needs by offering transparent low-sharing access at reduced market prices. This transparency assures the expected delivery of speed during high peak times. Most importantly, IONet focuses on a market segment rather than on the entire market. This enables IONet to effectively introduce value-added services based on demand and one-on-one customer involvement. More attention. More dedication.
ADSL: The New Image
IONet has a distinctive approach to ADSL. It offers dedicated or shared 1Mbps based on an Internet sharing ratio. More formally, sharing ratio is the number of lines sharing the same physical media path to access the Internet.
SHARE 1 means that one customer will have a dedicated physical media path to the Internet. This 1:1 sharing ratio guarantees 1 Mbps speed always.
SHARE 5 means that only five customer lines will share connection to the Internet. This 1:5 sharing ratio guarantees a minimum speed of 205 kbps during peak hours . Peak times are around 2 hours each day when all five users are concurrent and heavily download.
SHARE 10 means that ten customer lines will share the same physical media path to the Internet. This 1:10 sharing ratio guarantees a minimum speed of 103 kbps during peak times . Peak times are around two hours each day when all ten users heavily download at the same time.
*Collected on the Spot
*Payment is divided into 4 equal amounts. Each amount will be collected every three Months by cash or check.
*Payment is divided into 12 equal amounts. Each amount will be collected every Month by cash or check.
These prices exclude Jordan Telecom’s 35.3 JD connection fee.
All prices include 16% sales tax
Push e-mail gives e-mail systems the "always-on" capability, where newly arrived e-mails are instantly available to be read on mobile devices, such as Nokia or Windows Mobile devices. The push e-mail system is comprised of a server and a client (or handheld device). When the server sees new mail for a mobile user, it retrieves a copy and sends (or pushes) the newly received mail to the client. That is how the mobile user can instantly read newly arrived mails on his or her handheld device. This service became instantly popular because it offers remote users "instant" e-mail. The handheld device becomes a dynamically updating copy of the user's mailbox.
Why would push e-mail be of interest to the Internet customer? Because it is highly personalized and convenient. Viewers can specify what mail to receive on their handhelds – such as particular topics, types of content, and senders' mail addresses. Through filtering, customers only receive messages that would be of interest to them. Your inbox at home may be filled with 'junk mail' for things that they do not want. Push e-mail is also powerful filtering method in delivering specified messages to users who want to read them.
Virtual Private Network ( MPLS_VPN )
Extend Your Network Across Country
The world revolutionalized in the last couple of decades. Any company that dealt with local or regional concerns began to expand into global markets. Numerous companies that extended their facilities across the country and around the world found the need to maintain fast, secure, and reliable communications between their distant offices.
Lo and behold, leased lines came into existence to maintain a wide area network (WAN). Companies found these medium to be reliable and secure with high performance; however, maintaining leased lines is quite expensive and rises in cost as the distance between offices increases.
As Internet became more popular, businesses sought to create virtual private networks (VPN) by using the Internet to accommodate the needs of their remote employees and far offices. Nowadays, businesses do not need the Internet to maintain their VPN. IONet offers both alternatives, that is, you can maintain your VPN with or without the Internet.
IONet provides secure, fast, and cost-effective VPN services for businesses to connect remote offices together. Typically a VPN will have a main LAN at the corporate headquarters of the business, other LANs at remote offices, and remote employees connecting to their office LANs from outside.
IONet will quickly implement this latest technology at very affordable prices to maintain fast, secure and reliable communications wherever your offices are. IONet lets you choose alternative ways to bring your offices together.
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