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February 12, 2016

Want Fast Broadband Internet? Come To Connecticut

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently released a report indicating that Connecticut now has the second -fastest Internet download speeds in the U.S., with an average speed of 46.94 Mbps.

 Connecticut finished just behind New Jersey in the rankings, which has an average speed of 57.03 Mbps.

“Broadband is a natural asset for our state and something I look forward to promoting through policies that encourage continued private sector investment and job growth that further separate Connecticut from the pack in the global economy,” State Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff told The Hour following the announcement.  “As we begin 2016, the state of our competitive broadband advantage remains strong for our residents, businesses and economy.”

The state’s fast Internet download speeds, combined with its close proximity to the major markets of New York City and Boston, make it an ideal destination for businesses that are looking to relocate to the area.

One thing to keep in mind if you’re considering relocating your business to Connecticut, however, is that fast regional broadband access alone won’t guarantee strong connectivity. Businesses must supplement their local Internet service with premium network infrastructure, as well as continuous monitoring and support. 

Of course, this is much easier said than done—particularly for businesses that lack sufficient resources. For companies in this situation, it makes much more sense to outsource network operations to a trusted managed services provider (MSP) that can guarantee strong results while also reducing the burden on IT.

So if you're looking to relocate to Connecticut contact Apex Technology Services, Fairfield County's leading computer consultant. Apex will help your organization maximize the lightning-fast connectivity that Connecticut has to offer. 

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