In a world of “cloud everything,” a fast and reliable Internet connection is vital to keep your business always on.

Allied’s high-speed primary and backup Internet solutions provide the consistent connectivity experience that your business needs to compete, with scalable bandwidth that grows with you.

The Allied Advantage

Always On Connectivity Solutions

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Dedicated Internet Access (DIA)

Who’s not online today? Designed around your business needs, DIA provides a carrier-grade primary connection with the security, rapid scalability and measured performance to support your mission-critical applications and keep your business moving forward.

  • Speed: 1Mbps – 10 Gbps
  • Pre-configured customer premise equipment, installed and managed by Allied
  • Proactive monitoring and suppor

Always On Internet (AOI)

We know you can’t afford to be offline. Our Always On Internet is a downtime-defeating backup connection with automatic failover that provides true path and network diversity… and the peace of mind that goes with it.

  • Speed: 1Mbps – 40 Mbps (larger bandwidth connections possible in many locations)
  • Path and hub diversity for network stability
  • Automatic failover
  • Proactive monitoring and support
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