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Caisson Technologies Helps World Affairs Council Improve their High Speed Internet Connection

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Caisson Technologies brokers a deal between the Seattle based World Affairs Council and Integra Telecom to improves bandwidth by more than 1000% .

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Caisson Technologies, a Seattle based telecommunications agency providing SMBs with a better way to buy phone and internet services, brokers a contract between Integra Telecom and World Affairs Council. The new bundled solution will provide business phone service and high speed internet access.

World Affairs Council's contract with their existing carrier had expired and the legacy 1.5Mb DSL service had become inadequate. The new high speed intent service will be based on Integra Telecom's Broadband DSL which can provide up to 25Mb download speeds.

“Moving from legacy DSL products to the higher speed Broadband DSL is very easy and generally cost neutral. In most cases companies can save some money because the new voice and internet bundles often include, calling features, free long distance, email, and web hosting which clients might be currently charged as separate line items”, said Brian Wade, President and Lead Consultant for Caisson Technologies. “Transitioning clients from lower legacy bandwidth products to higher bandwidth products is taking up most of our time these days.”

Business telecom contracts generally last two to three years. The pace of innovation is extremely fast and the competition between carriers is high. This result is a very dynamic marketplace where business customers can expect to both save money and improve their services. At the same time you have more small businesses moving critical applications to the cloud, so internet connections need to be more robust.

If your business seems to be paying too much for telecom or your internet speed needs a boost you should try working with a telecom broker, like Caisson Technologies. The only things you have to loose are the high costs and antiquated bandwidth technologies.

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