We expanded our Internet, Cloud and VoIP business services in Grand Junction including Plateau Valley and DeBeque areas. Through our sister company, Brainstorm Internet we have been delivering a robust wireless network. Now we can also offer the Grand Junction communities Ethernet over Copper (EoC), a fast solution for Internet through our downtown Grand Junction central office. In addition to our landmark services we are actively pursuing our vision is to light up Colorado and Northern New Mexico with fiber optics to reduce the digital divide created by low speed internet. We continuously invest in our infrastructure and just upgraded our high speed wireless tower network in the area too. Serving both home and business, we can offer 5M wireless services for home and symmetric 15M/15M and higher for business. Our coverage area includes Grand Junction, Mesa, Molina, Clifton, DeBeque, and Palisade. Downtown Grand Junction can get up to 20M… read more →
Brainstorm Internet is an ISP for the city fiber and now has plans to offer the businesses of Cortez more bandwidth. Brainstorm Internet, a FORETHOUGHT.net company, announced today that it will extend its offerings to the business community in Cortez, Colorado to include 100M internet service and its hosted PBX phone service. “Given our innovative approach to delivering internet and phone service, we are positioned well to provide more for less to the business community in Cortez,” Jawaid Bayzar, president of Brainstorm Internet shared. “In 2014, we are actively pursuing our vision is to light up Colorado and Northern New Mexico with our fiber and to minimize the digital divide created by low speed internet.” Brainstorm Internet continuously invests in its infrastructure and network in order to provide homes and businesses the most up-to-date and flexible solutions possible. For those who use the service, they have a reliable choice for… read more →
FORETHOUGHT.net continues its expansion on its gigabit fiber broadband. Now, the tenants of 2330 Broadway can get gigabit fiber internet service from FORETHOUGHT.net. FORETHOUGHT.net, one of Colorado’s largest independent internet providers, announced today that it offers gigabit fiber internet broadband to multi-tenant buildings including 2330 Broadway, Broadway Plaza in Denver, Colorado. FORETHOUGHT.net president, Jawaid Bazyar, says “We are delighted to continue to provide our Denver communities with the fastest gigabit internet speeds possible. Our plans are to reduce the digital divide throughout all our service areas for both homes and offices throughout Colorado and New Mexico.” Its gigabit fiber internet is priced lower than most current broadband offerings at much lower speeds. Its residential gigabit starts at $70 monthly and its gigabit service for business starts at $200 monthly. For all its services, FORETHOUGHT.net does not throttle or restrict usage. “We receive daily inquiries for gigabit speeds in specific areas… read more →
FORETHOUGHT.net expands its MPLS ring to offer more Colorado and New Mexico communities Metroethernet fiber internet. FORETHOUGHT.net announced today that it will extend its MPLS network ring to light up more Colorado and New Mexico communities with its fiber. The latest segment will run to Colorado Springs through to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jawaid Bayzar, president of FORETHOUGHT.net commented, “We are delighted to extend our services to include all the surrounding communities from Denver to Albuquerque. Our vision is to light up Colorado and Northern New Mexico with our fiber and to minimize the digital divide created by low speed internet.” Because MPLS is a protocol-independent, scalable transport, it allows end-to-end circuits across any type of transport medium, using any network layer protocol. Businesses of all sizes can benefit from an MPLS network through its flexibility to work independently of a particular technology and provides traffic engineering, quality of service (QOS)… read more →
In 1973 Bob Metcalfe invented and constructed the first Ethernet Network. His invention included the cabling methodology for connecting Ethernet devices as well as communication standards. Each device on the Ethernet network can communicate with any other device on the network. Ethernet technology has been one in which networks operate to connect devices in close proximity. Initially networks were limited to a few hundred yards, but today Ethernet networks can cover miles. In order for devices on the same network to communicate, they must share the same protocol. Ethernet provides a path for signal transmission. In the past use of coaxial copper cable was common. Today twisted pair or fiber optic cabling are more likely to be used. Short messages called frames are communicated from node to node. Ethernet devices have unique addresses. Signals on the Ethernet are transmitted to every node so each node examines each message to see… read more →
In today’s technology rich world, companies need fast reliable broadband. When fiber internet is not available then Ethernet is a viable internet solution. Ethernet for business comes in a number of formats but one of the most efficient for high speed Internet service is Ethernet over copper. Business Internet providers try to sell all sorts of plans, but few will offer point to point Ethernet with the quality of copper. What is Ethernet? Xerox PARC first introduced Ethernet to the world in 1973, according to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Through efforts by technology companies like Xerox and Intel, it quickly became a standard communications protocol for both residential and business Internet solutions. The job of Ethernet is to build a local area network that connects two or more computers. This is how a local Colorado Internet service provider communicates with the rest of the world. Creating High… read more →
Here’s the scenario: As the New Year gets rolling, your entrepreneurial spirit has nagged you into finally starting up your small business in Denver. You’re whittling away at logistics, exploring options for Ethernet for business owners. You know you need a whole lot of services for your business, including high speed Internet and phone, and you’ve been hearing a lot about Ethernet over copper. Which leaves you scratching your head, asking “What is Ethernet over copper, anyway?” What is Ethernet Over Cooper, Anyway? Here’s the quick and dirty explanation: You know those twisted copper telephone wires already installed in your office building that connect to your telephone company? Your friendly, local Colorado Internet service provider can outfit those wires with adapters so they are able to transmit data. Why Should I have Ethernet Over Copper Instead of Other Options? Ethernet over copper (EoC) is the preferred communication and networking technology… read more →
Using Ethernet to deliver WAN (Wide-Area Network) services such as Internet access, point-to-point multi-site networking, can greatly simplify network design, improve reliability, and reduce costs.