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With an asynchronous network connection, data flows one direction at a time. It is inferior to synchronous internet because it gives slower upload speeds, more interruptions. Although it comes at a lower price, you only get what you pay for.
When upload and download speeds are equal, the internet type is symmetrical. In the case of fibre, it is symmetrical and asynchronous. For example, with 500 MBPS fibre internet, you get a 500 MBPS speed for uploads and 500 MBPS speed for downloads. Being powered by optic networks, this is possible with fibre internet.
There are 4 main differences between synchronous and asynchronous speeds:
– Synchronous internet is faster with fewer interruptions
– Synchronous internet provides equal download and upload speeds. Asynchronous internet gives slower upload speeds than download speeds.
– Synchronous internet connections might be more costly than asynchronous connections.
– Synchronous internet speeds allow you to send larger files over the internet.
Cable internet, unlike fibre internet, is asynchronous. This means that you get faster download speeds than upload speeds. Since people usually download more than upload, giving people more downstream bandwidth made sense at the time. Plus, asynchronous internet is cheaper than synchronous connections.
There are 4 major types of internet connections: