Listed below are links
to some resources online that we have found helpful:
is accessible online at the FCC for advice when it pertains
to filing formal complaints against service providers as well
as information on the latest fraudulent schemes being employed
in the telecommunications services arena.
Information site from Verizon that offers comprehensive
online directory listings for the United States. It contains
both white and yellow page listings as well as an interactive
mapping tool that provides driving directions.
Directory Listings are available from this portal
that offers information and service listings for more than 184
countries. The site can be viewed in multiple languages and
also provides a link to International dialing codes.
Codes are available at this site for completing
International telephone calls. You select both the destination
country and the one you are dialing from and it supplies the
correct telephone codes and local current time.
||Online IT Encyclopedia
and self-education tool that contains over 4,500 individual
encyclopedic definition/topics about information technology,
especially relating to the Internet and computers. Our industry
is overflowing with acronyms and buzzwords and this site is
is a resource that provides information and communication on
the subject of residential and small business Broadband connections.
It includes a broadband pre-qualification tool, technology news
headlines and helpful user forums.
Test from Allegiance Telecom who provides this
free online tool that measures the approximate download speed
of your Internet access connection. Click on the logo to the
left and the test will start and then provide your results.
Report provided by Keynote Systems, offers a
graphical snapshot of the overall service performance on most
of the top tier business–class Internet backbone providers.
The performance is measured and graphically presented in hourly
and daily time periods.
||The Internet Traffic
Report monitors the flow of data on the Internet
throughout the world. This web site will tell you if those regions
of the Internet are currently slowed down. By checking the Internet
Traffic Report, you can determine if your problems are global
is an easy-to-use guide to help get a birds eye view of the
Internet, the networks that make it up, their relationships
with other networks as well as their internal size and structure.
Think of it as a sort of world map or atlas of the Internet.