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We can provide Internet access via a number of technologies depending on your requirements.

Access to the internet has never been more important, with more and more data being stored in the cloud, video-on-demand and virtual meetings on platforms such as Zoom or MS Teams a good stable connection can be the difference between success or frustration.

We will always look to find the best technology to fit your needs, some of the access methods we can provide are:

Copper-based Business Broadband (xDSL)

 

Copper-based broadband such as ADSL or VDSL is where the data is delivered on a standard copper phone line, typically by Openreach. Depending on the location of the premises speeds of up to 80 Megabits per second are achievable but this will reduce the further from the exchange or cabinet the line is. Upload speeds will be lower than download, typically capped at 20 Megabits per second.

Fibre Optic Leased Line (Ethernet)

 

Fibre Optic leased lines are a direct connection to the internet. Unlike broadband, the bandwidth isn't shared with other users on the same cabinet or exchange - the full speed of the line is dedicated to you! These connections are highly reliable and therefore backed by a 24/7, 365 days of the year SLA meaning that should a fault occur at any time it will be resolved within 6 hours - day or night.

Fixed Wireless Access (WISP)

 

FWA access is delivered by a wireless line-of-sight radio beam meaning no physical line is required to the end-user premises. Speeds of up to 1Gbps are achievable, however, this type of service is more suited where speeds between 50-250 Megabits are desired. Like fibre lines, upload and download speeds are the same and the service typically has a faster fault resolution time than standard copper broadband.

To find out more or to discuss your requirements with one of our technical experts call us on 01502 445400.


We can provide a no-obligation quote on any of the above services.

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