Solveforce Expands to the Surrounding Areas of Seattle, Washington Offering Extreme DSL Services

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Solveforce will now be servicing the surrounding areas of Seattle, Washington with Extreme DSL services.

Solveforce Extreme DSL

Solveforce Extreme DSL

Solveforce Offers Real-Time Quoting Tool for Extreme DSL in Seattle, WA effective immediately

The Solveforce Team has initiated their long awaited expansion of Extreme DSL ( to all surrounding areas of Seattle, Washington.

DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology that provides high-speed Internet bandwidth connections to individual homes and businesses. DSL uses the same line as a regular telephone service, but it can provide the higher data speeds because it uses digital modems. DSL has become a reliable service to meet the needs of customers who demand high-speed Internet access.

DSL technology offers three major advantages over dial-up Internet access: much higher speeds, a constant “always-on” connection, and talk-and-surf capability.

1. Speed – Extreme DSL can deliver more than 100 times the network performance of a dial-up modem. While exact speeds vary, depending on the service plan or network capability, most DSL connections easily outperform standard modems by a factor of 20 or more. In essence, DSL works on the unused (high) frequencies of your phone line. DSL modems contain an internal signal splitter that directs voice signals to the voice (low) frequencies and data signals to the higher frequencies.

2. Access – an Extreme DSL ( connection is "on" all the time. DSL users do not have to dial their Internet service provider each time they want to "access” the Internet. Everyone should be aware, however, that an always-on connection, such as DSL, does have security issues. It’s a good idea for DSL users to install personal firewall products on their home networks to guard against external attacks.

3. Talk and surf – with DSL, consumers don’t need a second line to keep their telephone line “open.” With the splitter sending the voice and data signals to “different parts” of the line, DSL users enjoy simultaneous access to both the telephone (voice) and the computer (data). Thus, DSL customers do not need a second line for their Internet access.

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We are committed to you in every aspect of the customer relationship. If you need to contact us for any reason, please, don't hesitate to call or email us at your earliest convenience. We will do all in our capacity to respond to your Extreme DSL ( inquiry immediately.

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By Email: ron (at) solveforce (dot) com

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