Metro Ethernet, sometimes referred to as a point to point, carrier ethernet, or MAN, is a private data connection securely connecting two or more locations within a metropolitan area with fast possibly even gigabit data speeds. It usually consists of a collection of layer 2 or layer 3 switches or routers connected through optical fiber. This type of circuit functions as a closed network data transport service which does not release information to the public internet and is extremely secure with no data encryption necessary.
What is dark fiber networking? How do I know if I have it? And if I do, what does it mean to my company?
When it comes to Wi-Fi one of the most common questions expressed by consumers is, "Why is my Wi-Fi so slow?" Is that a perception or is that a reality? Do Wi-Fi networks really consistently under-perform? Well, lets take a look at how Wi-Fi functions at least by default here in the US.