Residential Internet Access Keeping Your Teleworkers Down?

Does poor performing residential Internet access keep your teleworkers from being productive?

In a lot of cases, it’s not the bandwidth that determines performance across a Virtual Private Network (VPN). It’s latency, jitter and packet loss. Specifically, it's what the service provider, like Comcast is doing to the network behind the scenes that causes latency, jitter and packet loss, which in turn slows residential service. Sometimes to a stand still.


For $299/mo your teleworker can be more productive. That’s the price of an MPLS T1 to a residence. I'm designing this exact solution for a small business with a from-home teleworker this week. You can get a MPLS node via DSL transport for as little as $109.95/mo right now. Other transport methods are available, including T1 ($299) and EoC (call for pricing).

Bandwidth ranges for different transport methods:

  • DSL - 1.5Mb down X 768k up to 25mb down to 1.5mb up
  • T1 - 1.5Mb symmetrical to 12Mb symmetrical.
  • EoC bandwidth is available from 3Mb to 30Mb.

As always, contact us with any questions. You can reach us right now, direct at (206) 420-0140.