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Breaking news from ihotdesk communications, Voice, VoIP and Video conferencing solutions in London:
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can improve the speed of their broadband by refining their current connection.

Category Communications
07 January 2008
 
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can improve the speed of their broadband by refining their current connections.

Thinkbroadband.com, a website dedicated to providing information and news on broadband related matters, claims that this could be achieved for "little money" and a "small amount of help".

Andrew Ferguson, editor of Thinkbroadband.com, commented that whether SMEs stood to profit from next-generation broadband was dependent on a number of factors.

He said: "It greatly depends on the location of the company in relation to the central exchange; some companies may even be able to get better, more reliable access for little money and with a small amount of help.

"Next generation will offer better speeds but, for some years probably, only in the large towns and cities."

Broadband enables internet users to gain quicker access to the internet when compared against older methods.

According to thinkbroadband.com, dial-up internet access will take ten seconds or longer to load a page, while downloading emails can take a few minutes.

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