Business Internet

Business Internet Service – a reliable, convenient, affordable and fast Internet solution.

PenTeleData’s Business Internet Service is perfect for small, medium and large business customers. Your modem can run your entire network or entire building, or be used as a backup to another high-speed service. This high-speed service is reliable and will dependably transmit and receive encrypted bandwidth over a standard cable television line. Since you don’t use a telephone line downloading information, you’ll never experience a busy signal.

For the small to large business: when it comes to PenTeleData’s Business Internet Service, nothing compares. What advantages does PenTeleData Business Internet have over other Internet services?

  • Innovative – Operating on the newest technology, our modems work on a fiber optic based cable system, providing PenTeleData customers with one of the quickest and most reliable Internet solutions available.
  • Reliability – Customarily, these modems rely on both the cable company and the Internet access provider. PenTeleData is both the Internet company and the cable company, making PenTeleData’s BusinessInternet service the most reliable.
  • Scalability – PenTeleData establishes high-speed service for both symmetrical and asymmetrical access. Your service can be upgraded at anytime without any hardware or equipment changes.
  • Speed – The modem runs on a fiber-optic network that permits PenTeleData to transmit data at high speeds (with DOCSIS 3.0 services download speeds may be available up to 100 Mbps).
  • Price – The modem’s low start-up cost, set monthly price and no usage charges are attractive to both small and large businesses.

Benefits

  • High Transmission and Receiving speeds
  • Maximize your company's use of the Internet
  • High-Speed gives you multimedia capabilities
  • Constant connection to the Internet
  • No telephone line required
  • Innovative - Operating on the newest technology, our modems work on a fiber optic based cable system, providing PenTeleData customers with one of the quickest and most reliable Internet solutions available.
  • Reliability - PenTeleData provides customers with one of the quickest and most reliable Internet solutions over one of the largest privately owned fiber optic networks in the nation.
  • Scalability - PenTeleData establishes high-speed service for both symmetrical and asymmetrical access. Your service can be upgraded at anytime without any hardware or equipment changes.
  • Speed - The modem runs on a fiber-optic network that permits PenTeleData to transmit data at high speeds (with DOCSIS 3.0 services download speeds may be available up to 100 Mbps).

Features

  • Routed Static IP addresses as needed (All Cable accounts receive 1 Static IP address when originally setup)
  • Internet Connectivity to our 10 Gbps MPLS network with Intelligent Routing.
  • 10 emailboxes with 5 GB storage per emailbox
  •  Free Domain Registration (Domain name charges are the responsibility of customer)
  • Primary and Secondary DNS (For included Domain Name)
  • Usenet Newsgroup Access: 10 GB transfer per month.
  • PenTeleData supplied Cable Modem-Bridge
  • FREE Unleashed Wi-Fi access on plans 8 Mbps/ 2 Mbps or higher.

Downstream / Upstream
8 Mbps / 2 Mbps
12 Mbps / 2 Mbps

Static IP included

DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Services Interface Specification) refers to an international telecommunications standard that allows cable television operators to add higher speeds and additional options to their existing fiber-coaxial infrastructure.

Downstream / Upstream
Firewall 100
8 Mbps / 2 Mbps
12 Mbps / 2 Mbps

Static IP included

Can I receive Cable service in my area?

If you have cable television service available in your area, constant, high-speed Internet access is simply just a phone call away. Our Cable Internet service is priced lower than DSL. No matter what your budget, we’re confident that we have a Business Class Internet Cable service that’s just right for you.

Is Cable more or less dependable than other dedicated, high-speed services?

DSL opens your computer to similar security risks. If your DSL provider does not have its own security measures to prevent hacking and listening to traffic on the network, you are still vulnerable. Microsoft Windows users should disable file and printer sharing. If these services need to be turned on, password-protect them and restrict access only to specific files or directories.