Local Internet Service Provider, ViewQwest, announced last week (May 20) the availability of its 2Gbs fiber broadband for businesses, which the company claims to be the fastest Internet connectivity in Singapore.
Designed for high bandwidth corporate usage, businesses will be able to enjoy the first-ever aggregated 2Gbps net bandwidth for one connection. This means that all businesses, including small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), will be able to experience lag-free video streaming and conferencing, enjoy LAN-like response speeds when using cloud-based applications, and transfer large files in the shortest possible time.
Some of the benefits that businesses will reap from signing up for a ViewQwest Fibernet plan include:
- Latency-based routing - Fibernet offers lowest latency and fastest response time for data transfer. This is ideal for businesses which rely on real-time response or time-critical transactions.
- Guaranteed bandwidth on all traffic 99 percent of the time - No traffic shaping (all traffic is attributed maximum priority status), no international bandwidth caps (optimum measures of subscribed speed), 2Gbps fiber broadband speed (essential if businesses require fast upload or download speeds for cloud services, online collaboration, VoIP and sharing of large data files).
- On-demand route optimisation - ViewQwest focuses on maintaining competitive or lower latency to international destinations. With a high level of responsiveness, the connection to any particular server or website for customers can be manually optimised when a faster access is required.
"Businesses are focused on sales and return-on-investment, and expect their infrastructure to support these goals. ViewQwest offers the fastest and most reliable Internet connectivity at the most competitive price point," said Vignesa Moorthy, CEO, ViewQwest. "Our 2Gbps fiber broadband rollout means that even small and medium-sized businesses will be set up to use the latest cloud and communications technologies to operate seamlessly."
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