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    Does Your Business Have Enough Bandwidth? Part IV: Visual & Virtual Communications on the Rise

    Written by Kristi Salmon on October 13, 2016.

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    The May 2015 Cisco Visual Networking Index predicted that, by 2019, 80% of consumer internet traffic will be video. Additionally, the growing use of 4K and 8K video will create an even greater demand for bandwidth. Video is one of the most used internet applications today, especially among millennials and in virtual education settings. The need to grease the wheels and hasten video based apps and services has created a demand over the last few years for faster, more reliable internet. The infiltration of gigabit internet to fill this need is affecting the future of organizations in a very positive way.

    The infographic below showcases the importance of video based communication today:

     

     

    Businesses still want face to face interactions and thanks to video communication, that possibility is a reality, especially for businesses with multiple locations. As shown by the image above, most professionals want to have these face to face interactions with colleagues, customers, students, and teachers. Understanding the bandwidth needs of your organization will enable you to maintain the ubiquitous, high-quality connectivity required to support user communications, applications, as well as up/downloads across your location. For colleges and universities, keeping up with student demand and providing enough bandwidth can be challenging, coupled with having knowledgeable staff on hand. 

    Virtual classrooms and online-learning has grown immensely popular over the last decade, as shown in this infographic:

     

     

    How Gigabit is Bringing Back the Video Star

    Gigabit level broadband capacity provides immediate access to remote servers and cloud based computing services, allowing businesses to be twice as productive. All aspects of a business, ranging from higher-quality videoconferencing, customer service and product development to management and operations benefit from this high-speed internet service. Collaboration between geographically separated workers, students, and teachers is much more in demand and widespread, so this is an obvious plus for organizations that need to facilitate this. Some of the benefits of implementing gigabit internet at your organization include:

    • Ability to integrate advanced platforms such as cloud solutions
    • Say goodbye to video buffering
    • Lightning fast access to “big data”
    • Improved video conferencing with sufficient speed and video quality
    • Downloading and uploading times cut down to seconds
    • An overall improved online experience for multiple users and devices connected to your businesses network

    Gigabit+ Fiber Solutions from Mediacom Business will satisfy the bandwidth intensive needs of organizations that rely heavily upon video based communications and services, and with noticeably better performance at all times and affordable pricing. Gigabit represents the next generation of high-speed internet. Learn more in our next series: “Is My Business Ready for Gigabit Internet?”

    Resources:

    Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2014-2019 White Paper
    High Latency vs Low Bandwidth – Impact on Web Performance
    2015 Measuring Broadband America Fixed Broadband Report
    What speeds do I need for Skype, Netflix, etc.


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