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Internet Speed Test

Speed Test Guidelines

  • Make sure you have a fast internet connection
    • It is important to regularly test your Internet connection to ensure you are getting all the bandwidth you pay for.
  • Always restart your computer or device before testing
    • I know… but restarting really does help out a lot.
  • Don’t use the internet for anything else
    • While you probably already thought of this one, it’s maybe the most important rule to remember when testing your internet speed: don’t use the internet while you’re testing it!
  • Remember that no speed test is perfect
    • Minimizing the “noise” during an internet speed test certainly contributes to a more accurate speed test result. Keep in mind, however, that all you’re testing is how well your current connection works between your computer or device and the testing server itself.

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Fiberlink Internet Speed

If you’re internet is often down, slow, or unreliable, Epik’s Fiberlink Internet is the solution.

Fiber Optic Packages

FIBERLINK 10/10

Entry-Level package for small businesses

FIBERLINK 10/10

This is for the average small business, using email, with normal web surfing habits, sharing online information and communicating with coworkers.

FIBERLINK 100/100

Mid-sized businesses

FIBERLINK 100/100

An Internet service that can support cloud based business, Software as a Service (SaaS), virtualization and online data systems.

FIBERLINK 1000/1000

Large enterprise, net-centric businesses.

FIBERLINK 1000/1000

This Internet service moves your data from end-to-end at maximum throughput—no more bottlenecks and no more downtime.

Fast Internet Is a Requirement 

Running a successful business requires a high-speed Internet connection. With the variety of cloud-based services available to even small and medium businesses (SMBs), not having enough bandwidth puts a start-up at a disadvantage compared with other businesses enjoying robust Internet services.

What’s the difference between 100 megabytes per second of DSL and 100 megabytes per second of fiber? 100 Mbps is 100 Mbps with any connection, right?
 
 

It could be the cost of installation, or perhaps a natural resistance to change that many businesses and individuals are hesitant to pursue a Fiber-Optic connection. This decision is perfectly rational when it comes to a home environment: if you are happy with your current connection, then why change? When it comes to commercial use, however, the stakes are a bit higher. Your competition may already be utilizing this technology, whether you have invested in it or not. And the benefits which Fiber-Optics offer are undeniable.