Reliable and resilient network infrastructure is the cornerstone of digital transformation and fundamental to creating great user experiences.
That infrastructure, including connectivity, cloud networks and data centre operations, underpins the technologies we use, from digital telephony, video conferencing through to unified communications platforms.
In this digital age, connectivity and infrastructure is the lifeblood of commerce. Loss of it, even for a short time, can have devastating consequences. We specialise in understanding the unique needs of our partners, and delivering solutions that give them the best chance of success.
AVC One has forged partnerships with the major network operators to ensure coverage across the UK. This also allows resilience to be built into connectivity solutions where there are mission critical requirements.
Once connected, our partners are able to react dynamically to their clients’ changing business requirements with access to our full product suite. Amongst our burgeoning suite are Collaboration solutions, Cloud infrastructure, and a comprehensive range of firewall, and security packages.
Our Network Operations Centre (NOC) allows us to offer a total turnkey solution giving you peace of mind that your service won’t be interrupted.
We also understand that your connectivity needs don’t stand still. Our broad product suite allows our team to design the solutions that will scale with your businesses needs now, and in the future.
Our hosted services are delivered from UK-based data centres that operate to create a fully N+1 redundant private MPLS network.
We deliver on-demand availability of computer system resources, especially data storage (cloud storage) and computing power.
Software-defined networking (SDN) technology is a flexible approach to network management that enables dynamic, efficient network configuration in order to improve network performance and monitoring.
Provided over multiple bonded copper pairs (maximum 8). The bandwidth available is up to 35Mbps 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 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 20Mbps of symmetrical bandwidth and as an Ethernet service, bandwidth is guaranteed and uncontended.
FTTP uses fibre infrastructure between the serving exchange and the customer premises to deliver an asymmetrical broadband service. A full fibre connection is the ‘gold standard in connectivity terms, and 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. The UK does not have full fibre coverage yet, so access to these services is dependent on location.
FTTC is an asymmetrical Next Generation Access Service, FTTC offers increased productivity and efficiency for businesses and is ideal for delivering fast broadband technology to remote offices and home workers.
High impact delivery: providing access to quality tech and expertise, adding value to your brand and delivering outcomes that can be measured.
A growth partner: helping you win new business by supporting strong customer relationships, allowing you to scale and meet customer requirements.
Specialist knowledge: deep-rooted sector expertise, real-time industry knowledge allows us to evolve and innovate around market dynamics.
Team extension: we’ll give you the focus-time to concentrate on winning business, providing insights and support for now and in the future
Solid and reliable: access to market leading technology underpinned by decades of expertise with a service-first focus.
Speak to one of our experts about how technology can support your business.