With the advancements in technology, Internet jargon such as “browser” and “cookies” are casually thrown about. In order to stay up-to-date on the conversation and/or technology around, here are a few commonly related broadband terms that you should know about.
The full form of ADSL is Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. It is also known as DSL. It refers to the equipment as well as technology that allow high-speed communication across a normal twisted pair of copper wires. You may download as well as upload things at high speeds with ADSL. Your Internet speeds will depend on the line distance.
Bandwidth is also known as capacity. It is the volume of data that an Internet connection can handle. It is usually measured in bits per second. The wider the bandwidth, the more traffic or data can be transmitted over the Internet.
A browser is a tool that you may use to navigate and access different websites on the Internet. Google Chrome, Opera, and Firefox are among the most popular browsers used today.
4. Connection Speed
Connection speed refers to the speed of data transfer between your computer and the Internet provider’s central office. There are two types of connection speeds:
- Download speeds or receive speeds is the rate at which information is transferred from the Internet to your computer.
- Upload speeds or send speed: is the rate at which information is transferred from your computer to the Internet.
A cookie is a block of data stored on a website to identify a customer and display customized information.
6. Domain Name
The domain name is a network connection address. It shows the address owner in the following format: server.organization.type. An example of this may be www.tikona.in where www is the server, Tikona is the organization, and in is the type.
The full form of HTTP is Hypertext Transfer Protocol and it is the main protocol of Web. Represented as “http://” in the Web address bar on your browser, this protocol is used for sending hypertext documents to and from a computer.
The full form of LAN is Local Area Network. This computer network spans a relatively small space, connecting workstations, computers, printers, file servers, and others. Most LANs are confined to a single organization’s building or a group of buildings.
If you are looking for any broadband service provider for your home or office work, you need to consider all the aspects, such as connection speeds, customer care, etc. Tikona is one of such ISPs in the market.
Tikona’s Broadband Services
Tikona Broadband offers services to over 275,000 customers in 25 top Indian cities. Its plans range from heavy usage ones ideal for prospers and Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) to light and flexi plans for households. These value-for-money plans have speeds ranging from 1 MBPS to 10 MBPS, depending on your needs. Tikona also ensures quick installation with plans being activated within 24 hours as per the convenience of the customer. Tikona Digital Networks also offers services like leased line Internet connection, virtual private networks, secure office Wi-Fi, and others.