With a VPN server, you are getting access to a fast server that won’t slow down your internet connection like most other internet providers or services. With a VPN server, you also get the added benefit of complete privacy when you use the internet. You can watch whatever programs you want, in any country, at any time and with complete privacy.
Why Get a VPN?
When you choose to get a VPN server, you are going with a company that is dedicated to finding you the most reliable and secure internet connection solution possibly. A VPN is possibly the easiest and most reliable way to connect to the internet, you likely won’t find any other internet service provider to be as reliable as a VPN server. It only takes a minute to install VPN software and you can easily turn it on and off for the times when you don’t need it. However, when you notice how fast and reliable a VPN server is you likely won’t turn it off. A VPN server can quickly switch between a UK and a US server so you can watch television programs from both the UK and the USA whenever you want and from anywhere in the world.
Is It Legal?
In order to view US and UK television shows you need to have a TV license. With a VPN service, your internet connection appears as if it is coming from the US or the UK. Using a VPN or proxy server is legal. A VPN server cannot be used for illegal activities like hacking, illegal downloads or the viewing of illegal content. This way you can have peace of mind knowing that you can view whatever TV programs you like anywhere in the world without having to worry about legal issues.
• Optical Ethernet Status Quo: Although Ethernet-over-copper gained ground in 2008, the vast majority of services still run on fiber optic lines where available, or where the customer is willing to pay to have fiber brought in. Optical Ethernet services can be configured on dedicated point-to-point fiber links or more sophisticated, shared bandwidth Ethernet services with frame relay-like virtual circuits, and even switched for any-to-any connectivity.
• Fifty Ways to Leave Your LAN: There is no one standard way to provide metro or wide area Ethernet services. According to Current Analysis’ demand-side primary research, the most common form of transport is Ethernet over fiber (62%), followed by Ethernet over SONET (40%), Ethernet over copper (19%), Ethernet over wavelength (15%), and Ethernet over RPR (8%). Most Ethernet services are deployed in point-to-point configurations (63%) in metropolitan areas only (40%). In contrast, 23% of enterprises surveyed used inter-metro Ethernet services, and only 8% used international Ethernet services. Since Current Analysis’ original research, however, Ethernet over RPR has come into wider deployment: Verizon launched RPR-based Ethernet Packet Ring Service in 2008, for example.
• Limits to Fiber: Ethernet services usually require fiber to the premises, but only about 15% of commercial locations are connected by fiber lines, which limited Ethernet access to larger office buildings. However, low-speed or “mid-band” Ethernet over copper technology is finally seeing wider deployment by both incumbent (AT&T, Embarq and Qwest) and competitive (Cavalier, XO) carriers.