When it comes to data, you demand quality in the form of high bandwidth and fast connections. But where do you go to ensure that you can get what you want? We’re here to help you design, cost and implement connectivity solutions that meet your needs – from straight-forward Internet access to complex multi-site resilient networking solutions with built in data security.
Often regarded as an entry-level solution – albeit one that’s available nationally – copper-based broadband is an essential part of any ISP’s connectivity arsenal. Run on either ADSL or ADSL2+, the relatively low cost (both to implement and on an ongoing basis) of standard broadband makes it attractive to the residential market as well as businesses who don’t rely on superfast download speeds.
Fibre broadband is the go-to choice of connectivity for many because of its ability to provide download speeds of more than five times that of ADSL at a cost-effective price. With fibre optic cables as its core infrastructure, data can travel at speeds approaching light speed which makes it a good choice for small businesses or large households with lots of internet users who need superfast download speeds at a cost-effective price. Our superfast broadband comes in both flavours: Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) and Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP)
Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) provides businesses the benefits of Ethernet connectivity – reliability and higher synchronous bandwidth – at a lower cost and with reduced installation times. Depending on your customers’ requirements and their distance from the serving exchange, EFM uses between two and eight copper pairs to deliver data to our Ethernet network. And because it’s an uncontended service, your customers won’t have to share bandwidth with anyone else.
Generic Ethernet Access, or GEA for short, is an entry-level form of Ethernet connectivity that harnesses copper technology between the premises and the cabinet and then fibre to the exchange, before handing data over to the Ethernet network. By utilising copper and fibre as the initial transit technology, costs and installation times are much lower than other Ethernet-based connectivity technologies, but can still achieve symmetrical speeds of 20Mbps.
Often considered the pinnacle of connectivity solutions, leased lines offer fast upload and download speeds on an exclusive connection, enabling businesses to function at the speed that they want to. What’s more, a leased line isn’t synonymous with an Internet connection – it can be used to carry a number of different types of data traffic including phone calls and internal network traffic.
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