Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Is The Cost Of Bandwidth Decreasing?

Bandwidth cost is always a primary consideration for any business evaluating their computer network requirements. Fortunately businesses no longer need to sacrifice quality of service, functionality, and more ..... choosing cheap deals from small unstable providers ...... just to get the best price.

The market forces that so profoundly affected voice prices and service in the 1980s and 90s are being brought to bear on data and multimedia in this decade. If bandwidth supply continues to outstrip demand, as is currently the case, bandwidth prices will have no place to go but down.

In the past couple of years, the average price for transmitting a megabyte of data over domestic or international lines fell by 25 percent on average according to market data from an online bandwidth exchange vendor. However, in some remote locations, prices have not changed much since the local loop charges have remained constant.

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