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Our Business Connectivity Services

Utilising the high quality technologies available to us we help our clients stay connected, our expert team have worked with both small to medium sized businesses and multi-location international organisations. Read on…

Whether you require internet connectivity, communication with partners or the creation of a larger network to link your sites, our team can help.

Connecting to the internet is a primary concern for all business whatever their size. Depending on your own individual requirements and budget restrictions, there will be the perfect connectivity solution for you.

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ADSL

ADSL, short for Asymmetric digital subscriber line is a basic broadband connection that, whilst being a no-frills option, can still offer your business great value connectivity. ADSL is fast and reliable and enables your business to remain connected at all times. ADSL is widely available throughout the UK, meaning that business grade connections will almost always be in place, whatever your location. ADSL lines are quick to install and continually offer a stable and reliable service. They are ideal as a back up service to faster broadband options and can cope with the data demands of even the most internet-hungry business requirements.

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FTTC

Fibre broadband delivers faster speeds than traditional ADSL broadband. Its ability to send data in an instant is what makes it popular with organisations that regularly require large download & uploads speeds. With connectivity speeds of up to 76Mbps download and up to 19Mbps upload speeds, fibre broadband is the goal stand of internet connectivity. It is not, however, as widely available as the slower ADSL connection. The FTTC service is working to roll out fibre broadband across the UK in the near future. FTTC is attractive to businesses as it is future proof and offers not just faster connectivity, but also more reliability. It has lower lately meaning that your apps and services which are critical to your business but hosted remotely, will remain responsive. FTTC is also a low cost option for most small to medium businesses.

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EFM

Ethernet First Mile (EFM) is a connection from the premises to the exchange, made up of multiple ‘bonded’ copper pairs. Using bundles of copper pairs means low costs, high resilience and a faster installation time. EFM is a dedicated connection that is ideal for businesses who require constantly high connectivity speeds or those that regularly transfer sensitive data from site to site. Ethernet is increasingly becoming the go-to connection for corporate business or public sector organisations that need high performance combined with low risk, cost efficient connectivity services.

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Ethernet

NAn ethernet connection is a dedicated point to point circuit that uses fibre from your premises to the nearest point that connects to a carriers backhaul network (e.g. within a carrier Point of Presence). Ethernet services are ideal for organisations that rely very heavily on their internet connectivity and MPLS VPN connectivity. Ethernet Circuits are also the preferred choice for businesses that require guaranteed throughput bandwidth with SLAs to support voice, video and mission critical data applications.

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Wireless Ethernet

More commonly referred to as “Wi-Fi”, Wireless Ethernet is the standard for wireless networking within most homes or offices. It is by far the most common way to connect to the internet in the UK, and one that most of us are familiar with. In a business environment however, Wi-Fi can falter under the increasing demands for bandwidth. Solutions that reach befog the traditional limitations of the Wi-Fi network are available, and will incorporate ways in which voice and video data can be connected within our reducing speed.

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MPLS

Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a wide area networking standard for high speed communication networks. The system directs data from one computer to another, using short path labels rather than long network addresses. Ideal for use by remote workers and individuals looking for the flexibility to float between numerous company locations and still gain access to central servers, services and applications hosted at a centrally located site.