Ethernet over Copper (EOC) is an Internet connection in which link is provided via the two intertwined copper wires which are part of the link up used by your telephone company. Ethernet over Copper Internet connections provide Ethernet at speeds between one megabyte and a hundred megabytes per second.
EoC is delivered to houses or businesses through the existing phone hook ups. that Ethernet over Copper (EoC) refers to the pair of twisted copper wires, not to the entire bundle of cable wire which forms your phone company’s connection.
Not too long ago, EoC Internet was available only large, heavily-populated, metropolitan centers like New York, Washington, Toronto and Montreal in North America. Now EoC service is available in more rural locations.
EoC providers have an agreement with the local phone service to use the existing phone hook up to your home or business. They do not use the whole cable. They want access only to the pair of twisted copper wiring. By placing a block at either end of your phone cable, Ethernet providers do not interrupt your telephone’s incoming or outgoing service. EoC Internet merely uses the intertwined copper wires. Ethernet providers use special filters to get broadband and not disrupt telephone transmission.
There are several advantages to EoC Internet:
The Ethernet over Copper Internet connection is simple. Because it uses the existing telephone copper wires, there are few pieces of equipment. It is simple to hook up using the EoC Internet provider’s modem.
Because there is little equipment required installation is easy, fast and non-disruptive of telecommunication in your home or business.
EoC Internet is fast and trouble-free. Technicians monitor service twenty-four hours a day. This ensures that problems are often caught before you see them.
EoC providers have varied plans. One is just right for your home or business. They also allow expansions should your company’s needs change.
Ethernet over Copper is cheaper and better than T1 lines. EoC Internet can create interface between WAN and LAN with no needed software or hardware.
June 19, 2013, 8:20:35 am, America/Chicago
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