Network connectivity plays a critical role in the success of modern businesses as it is a key driver of efficiency and productivity.
It underpins the availability of digital communication solutions such as modern digital telephony, video conferencing and unified communications platforms. It is also critical infrastructure for the delivery of applications and computing power from the cloud.
We provide our clients with a range of networking services based on individual circumstances and location.
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We offer increased productivity and efficiency for businesses with our broadband service and our products are ideal for delivering broadband technology to remote offices and home workers, delivering cloud applications to distributed workforces effectively and economically.
Ethernet First Mile is an Ethernet Service provided over multiple bonded copper pairs (maximum 8). The bandwidth available is up to 35Mbit/s dependent on the distance from the local BT serving exchange (maximum 4.8km) and the number of spare copper pairs available to your premise.
Ethernet over Fibre to the Cabinet (“EoFTTC”) is an Ethernet service that uses existing BT infrastructure – typically utilised in Fibre To The Cabinet broadband services (“FTTC”) – for the last mile of the circuit (similar to how Ethernet First Mile utilises the copper network for the last mile).
EoFTTC allows the delivery of circuits with up to 20Mbit/s of symmetrical bandwidth and as an Ethernet service, bandwidth is guaranteed and uncontended.
FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet)
Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is an asymmetrical Next Generation Access Service based on VDSL2 technology.
The service is provided via fibre from the serving exchange to the nearest street cabinet and then by copper between the cabinet and customer’s premises.
By reducing the length of copper cabling required to deliver the service, dramatic increases to both downstream and upstream speeds are achieved.
FTTC offers increased productivity and efficiency for businesses and is ideal for delivering fast broadband technology to remote offices and home workers.
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) utilises fibre infrastructure between the serving exchange and the customer premises to deliver an asymmetrical broadband service.
FTTP offers increased productivity and efficiency for businesses and is ideal for delivering fast broadband technology to remote offices and home workers.
FTTP will always deliver the stated bandwidths, unlike FTTC where the headline bandwidth is dependent on the distance between the end user premises and the serving cabinet.
FTTP availability is limited to regions where there is BT SuperFast Fibre Access coverage and where BT have enabled the local exchange for FTTP services.
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