Impulse is excited to announce the second product based on our next-generation Santa Barbara network. Impulse Next-Gen Broadband is designed from the ground up to provide reliability and quality for Santa Barbara’s small to mid-size businesses.
At a time when businesses depend on Internet access more than ever, a Santa Barbara company is rolling out a next-generation network that will provide fast, high-quality bandwidth to the region.
Impulse Advanced Communications, a Santa Barbara-based a provider of voice and data communications services, is deploying its Impulse Broadband Ethernet, the first viable alternative network of its kind designed to meet the demands for dedicated bandwidth and fast upload speeds of businesses from Goleta to Carpinteria.
The Impulse team has been working on something big for the last 18 months; our next-generation Internet network! We are finally ready to announce the first product resulting from these efforts, but I’d like to start by covering what it takes to bring next-generation Internet to Santa Barbara.
Netflix hit 20 million subscribers last year, and with reportedly over 60% of their subscribers streaming video over the Internet, the pressure they are putting on the Internet as a delivery system for television shows and movies has taken center stage lately. Netflix holds the most notoriety as the leader of the pack, but Hulu and even DirecTV through its on-demand service delivered over your broadband connection…
I had an interesting experience at a recent meeting with a local government agency. The subject of purchasing Internet and advanced communication services came up and the customer mentioned that of course they wanted to go with a tier-one carrier. This got me thinking as to the technical definition of a tier-one carrier and the often confusing public perceptions of its meaning.