As anyone who has spent time reading business blogs knows, the technology world is ripe with buzzwords. From ‘disruptive’ to the ‘Internet of Things’ to yes, ‘cloud,’ there’s no shortage of words you’ll hear thrown around with varying amounts of actual meaning and context. Sometimes, in the mix of things, it can seem hard to make sense of it all.
Which might be what you think when you hear DIA. It’s just another acronym, right? Well, yes, it absolutely is an acronym, but it’s also a term you ought to familiarize yourself with as a business owner in this incredible era of technology.
DIA stands for Dedicated Internet Access, and it’s part of our many interconnection offerings here at Telx. But why does it matter?
It really all comes down to connectivity. In today’s world, connectivity is everything, and nearly all connectivity you can be a part of stems from connection to the Internet. For that connection, spotty connectivity just won’t cut it. Companies need consistent, reliable bandwidth that gives them an “always-on” connection, and that’s exactly what DIA does.
Dedicated Internet Access is useful for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is just having a stable connection to the Internet. Real Telx customers use Telx DIA for everything from connecting to the Internet from servers in a Telx data center to providing access over a single connection for data centers in multiple locations. The opportunities with DIA are nearly limitless, and we’re here to make sure you benefit from our service.
With flexible IP address block assignments, 100% uptime guarantees, availability in all major regions, rapid, flexible provisioning, and more all at a great price, it’s no wonder so many of our customers use Telx Direct Internet Access. A robust, consistent Internet connection can be the difference between success and failure for a business today and with Telx’s DIA, that robust, consistent Internet connection is exactly what you’ll get.
For more information on Dedicated Internet Access through Telx, see our DIA product page here, or connect with us via the contact page of our site, or by Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.