Resilient, secure data connections and multi-site networking solutions
When your internet connection is too important to fail, and downtime is not an option, you need a fast, secure, reliable data connection. Our Ethernet products are dedicated to your business and offer symmetrical download and upload speeds, backed by round-the clock-support. For sharing confidential data across multiple sites, we can help you create secure private networking solutions that offer access to central resources for both home and field workers.
Our Ethernet point-to-point solutions are perfect for connecting offices in different locations using dedicated Ethernet technology, ensuring your data is more secure and network performance is reliable.
Dedicated end-to-end full fibre connectivity with an unlimited download limit, up to 1 Gbps symmetrical upload/download speeds, 24/7/365 support and a free static IP.
Dedicated cost-effective connectivity which uses fibre or copper to connect you to the nearest street cabinet and then to the full fibre Ethernet network. Enjoy an unlimited download limit, up to 20 Mbps symmetrical upload/download speeds, 24/7/365 support and a free static IP.
Dedicated high-speed connectivity which uses multiple copper pairs to connect you to the full fibre Ethernet network. Benefit from an unlimited download limit, up to 35 Mbps symmetrical upload/download speeds, 24/7/365 support and a free static IP.
The days of relying on the traditional hub-and-spoke WAN architectures are long gone. Free your connectivity and strengthen your security defences. The future of WAN is software defined.
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Upload speed is the rate that information is sent over your Ethernet line. For example, the time it takes to send high-resolution images from your computer to another is determined by the upload speed available.
On an Ethernet line, upload and download speed is symmetrical, this means if your line is 20 Mbps, your download speed is 20 Mbps and your upload speed is the same at 20 Mbps.
Ethernet over Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (EoFTTC) or Generic Ethernet Access (GEA) is a high-velocity hybrid solution where existing fibre or copper cables connect your business to the nearest street cabinet, and a dedicated Ethernet line carries data to the core network.
Full Fibre Ethernet - Our ultimate connectivity end-to-end fibre solution offers unparalleled levels of reliability and speed and can be implemented in most locations regardless of whether or not fibre is available.
Ethernet Point-to-Point - Point-to-point solutions are perfect for connecting two or more offices in different locations, ensuring that your data is more secure and that your network performance is more reliable.
Light usage would be basic email and web browsing. Moderate usage would add file downloading, streaming music/video, using the cloud, and VoIP. Strong delivers all of the above plus large file downloads and interactive web conferencing. Heavy usage covers the same as strong plus additional high bandwidth demand, heavy use of internet applications and multiple devices per user.
An Ethernet line will reduce your hardware and engineering maintenance costs, and your business will be running over a highly-stable, highly-resilient line. Eliminating contention problems and reducing downtime - from days to as little as four hours - boosts operational efficiencies and will more than cover the cost investment of the dedicated internet service.
The options with Ethernet are endless; you can run your telephony over it, move to a cloud-based CRM and operate any number of hosted services, applications and platforms giving your business the boost you need to set yourself apart from your competitors.
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The difference the leased line has made to the school has been nothing short of amazing. So much so that Bungay High School is about to become one of the first schools in Suffolk to move our entire infrastructure to the cloud.
Rick Hekkenberg, IT and Network Manager at Bungay High School
Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN)
Fast, agile, resilient, secure and cost-effective connectivity for everyday business.
Full Fibre Ethernet
Unlimited download limit, up to 1 Gbps symmetrical upload & download speed, 24/7 support, free static IP
Ethernet Over FTTC
Unlimited download limit, up to 19 Mbps symmetrical upload & download speed, 24/7 support, free static IP
Ethernet in the First Mile
Unlimited download limit, up to 35 Mbps symmetrical upload & download speed, 24/7 support, free static IP
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