A Leased line is a dedicated communication channel that interconnects two or more sites. This is a service contract between a customer and a provider. ... Leased lines are used for Internet, data and even telephone services. They are typically run on fiber optic cables to provide large bandwidth and speed. A Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a routing technique in telecommunications networks that directs data from one node to the next based on short path labels rather than long network addresses, thus avoiding complex lookups in a routing table and speeding traffic flows. A Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking is a service offered by a communications service provider that uses the protocol to provision voice over IP (VoIP) connectivity between an on-premises phone system and the public switched telephone network (PSTN). SIP is used for call establishment, management and teardown.
A National Long Distance (NLD) service refers to the carriage of switched-bearer telecommunications services over a long distance network i.e., a network connecting different short distance charging areas (SDCAs).
A Intranet is a computer network for sharing information, collaboration tools, operational systems, and other computing services within an organization, usually to the exclusion of access by outsiders.
It provides Internet connectivity service to end users and organizations over a wireless communication network. Wireless Internet service is primarily delivered by a wireless Internet service provider (WISP).
• Download Speed: How fast does your internet connection receive data requests from websites and servers. Downloading large files, streaming 4K videos in multiple devices requires high download speed. • Upload Speed: How fast your internet connection send data to server. Activities such as online gaming, video chat, sharing large files requires high upload speed. • Jitter: Higher Jitter score meaning inconsistent and poor connection response time. • Ping: Ping is the reaction time of how quickly you receive a response on making a request to server. It is measured in miliseconds and the lower the number the better your internet will perform during live streaming and online gaming.
• Kbps – Kilobit per second transfer rate. 1000 kilobits equals one megabit. • Mbps – Megabits per second. It is industry standard used by internet service providers. • Gbps – Gigabit per second. It refers to to 1,000^3 bits of information which is a billion bits. However, GBps (gigabyte) is about 8,000 bits. • Transfer rate – A standard metric which measures the speed of data transmission from one deivce to another. • Thoughtput – It measures how much data packets was transferred from source to destination succesfully at any given time. Most given time the capacity is measured in bits per seconds. A network administrator would want to send a request and get responded in timely fashion where the Packet arrival is the key. Packets lost in transit leds to poor network performance which is why factors such as latency and jitter plays critical role.