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DIA (Dedicated Internet Access)

Dedicated Internet Access is a private connection between a servicing site and world wide web. With DIA, unlike over-subscribed broadband service, this product is wholly dedicated to your business and does not have to compete with other subscribers for bandwidth. That means you can enjoy symmetrical upload and download speeds with higher reliability and better performance.

  • Standard DIA – A technology neutral Dedicated Internet Access class of service engineered at 1:1 contingency ratio from the customer premise to the World Wide Web.
  • Fiber BasedDIA – A technology specific Dedicated Internet Access utilizing fiber as the medium to deliver a class of service engineered at 1:1 contingency ratio from the customer premise to the World Wide Web.

WAN-Wide Area Network, A WAN, Point to Multipoint Network is a communication network that provides a distinct type of one-to-many connection, from a single hub location to serve multiple sites.   By digitally connecting multiple sites across a geographic area this allows them to share common infrastructure.  A WAN may be designed as a Point-to-Point (PtP) or Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) network configuration, depending on the needs of the customer.

  • Standard WAN – A technology neutral Wide Area Network design to provide the most cost effect service from a customer hub site to one or more serving sites.
  • Fiber BasedWAN – A technology specific Wide Area Network design to provide the most cost effect service from a customer hub site to one or more serving sites.

HOW WE DELIVER YOUR DEDICATED INTERNET ACCESS AND WAN

  • Microwave Installation
    Microwave is a line-of-sight wireless communication technology that uses high frequency beams of radio waves to provide high speed wireless connections that can send and receive voice, video, and data information.
  • Aerial Installation
    Fiber cables are deployed using existing pole infrastructure in areas whererugged terrain, canyons, and other natural, environmental, right of ways, etc. obstacles prevent in-ground installation. While installation is typically more cost effective, aerial cables may be less suited for areas with extreme weather, since they are exposed to the elements of nature.
  • Buried Installation
    Fiber cables are buried or installed in underground ducts. While more difficult to repair, repairs are typically less frequent. While typically more expensive to deploy, buried installation is often better suited for areas with extreme weather.

Data Transport

Is a communication network that provides a distinct type of one-to-one connection, from a Serving Site to a customer premise.  This Isolated connection between two points that dedicates bandwidth from A Location to Z Location delivery/access, engineered at a 1:1 contingency ratio. Solution designed to customer specified SLA Service Level Agreement.
  • Standard Data Transport – A technology neutral Data Transport, enabling reliable transmission of data frames between two nodes, engineered at a 1:1 contingency ratio.
  • Fiber BasedData Transport – A technology specific Data Transport, enabling reliable transmission of data frames between two nodes, engineered at a 1:1 contingency ratio. engineered at a 1:1 contingency ratio.

Hotspot Data Devices for Students

Cellular One provides Data Only Devices to ensure internet access to over 12,000 students, educators, and administrator in the four corners region.

Tell me about E-Rate

Dedicated E-Rate Team

We offer a Dedicated E-Rate Team, account management, with funding expertise, customized billing using SPI & BEAR funding, support in audits, record retention, and CAT1 & CAT2 innovations.

  • Category One
    Category One services include the use of Third Party Networks, Leased Lit Fiber, Leased Dark Fiber (including dark fiber indefeasible rights of use (IRUs) for a set term), Self-Provisioned Broadband Networks (applicant owned and operated networks)
  • Category Two
    Category Two products include, antennas, connectors, and related components used for internal broadband connections, Cabling, Caching, Firewall services and firewall components separate from basic firewall protection provided as a standard component of a vendor’s Internet access service, racks, routers, Switches, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)/ Battery Backup, access points used in a local area network (LAN) or wireless local area network (WLAN) environment (such as wireless access points), Wireless controller systems, software supporting the components on this list used to distribute high-speed broadband throughout school buildings and libraries

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Fiber Optic Cable

  • Aerial Installation
    Cables are deployed using existing pole infrastructure and in areas where rugged terrain, canyons, and other natural, environmental, right of ways, etc. obstacles prevent in-ground installation. While installation is typically more cost effective, aerial cables may be less suited for areas with extreme weather, since they are exposure to the elements of nature
  • Buried Installation
    Cables are buried or installed in underground ducts. While more difficult to repair, repairs are typically less frequent. Typically more expensive to deploy, but may be better suited for areas with extreme weather
 

USAC Funding for Broadband

https://www.usac.org/

Schools and Libraries: https://www.usac.org/e-rate/

Rural Healthcare: https://www.usac.org/rural-health-care/

High Cost: https://www.usac.org/rural-health-care/


Other funding opportunities:

https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/all-programs/telecom-programs

https://www.ntia.doc.gov/category/grants

https://www.fcc.gov/general/universal-service-high-cost-areas-connect-america-fund

https://www.fcc.gov/covid-19-telehealth-program

https://www.fcc.gov/keep-americans-connected

https://verzuztv.online/

Understanding Broadband Term

  • Speed: Pace at which data can pass through a network connection, generally measured by Megabits or Gigabits per second (Mbps or Gbps)
  • Bandwidth: Capacity or maximum amount of data that can pass through a network connection at any time
  • Latency: The delay between a user’s request for data (e.g. “click”) and the delivery of data
  • Reliability: Consistency and predictability at which broadband sercie is provided