No. Cable modem (and competing FiOS-type) services are not designed for the level of fault tolerance needed for directing surgical procedures, managing nuclear power plants, or operating weapons systems. We put a lot of effort and money into making our connections as reliable as possible, but a car could swerve, hit a utility pole and take out your connection in a heartbeat. Furthermore, other than voice traffic, we do not prioritize packets on our system. Because of this, your movements of a remote scalpel have the same priority on our system as someone downloading Aunt Mabel’s recipe for fried chicken.
It seems like everyone is touting the benefits of power from the sun these days. Here in Braintree, several of BELD’s residential and commercial customers have photovoltaic (PV) systems. Learn more
Plug-in electric cars are fast, fun, affordable, and efficient. Compared to gasoline vehicles, EV maintenance is cheaper and simpler, and with the cars cost less to operate. Now is the time to make the switch. Learn more