Business Fibre Broadband

Fast, reliable broadband helps you do more business and save money.

Cloud Technology, VoIP Phone Systems, and Software as a Service rely on an excellent Broadband speeds.

When evaluating your business broadband service,
you should consider more than price.

A Sufficient Speed (bandwidth) to meet your business needs

A reliable Service at times of increased usage

Instant Support, with fast response engineers

When we evaluate a business’s broadband requirement, we are referring to speed (bandwidth) and having sufficient capacity at busy times. So, we need to evaluate the services consumed, and the number of users to make sure you have the right broadband connection.

Which broadband service do you need?

Broadband services are usually unlimited, which means you can download and upload as much as you like, whenever you like with no additional usage costs.

When we evaluate a business’s broadband requirement, we are referring to speed (bandwidth) and having sufficient capacity at busy times. So, we need to evaluate the services consumed, and the number of users to make sure you have the right broadband connection.

DSL broadband

Broadband (DSL)

Digital Subscriber Line (DLS) Up to 17Mbps download speeds and up to 1Mbps upload speeds – totally unlimited and fantastic for 1 to 5 users surfing the internet and email. Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) is typically used by businesses for services such as video conferencing, where upload speed is just as important as download speed.

Fibre broadband

Fibre

Up to 76Mbps download speeds and up to 19Mbps upload for when broadband is just not fast enough or when you have 3 users and above.

There are two types of Fibre broadband: FTTC is fibre to the cabinet, from there to your office is then transmitted over a traditional copper wire. Significantly faster than DSL but not as fast as full-fibre (FTTP). Fibre to the Premises is as it suggests, fibre optic technology all the way to the router in your business premises.

Ethernet First Mile EFM

When you are looking for a superfast connection that is totally uncontested and dedicated to you. This is a low-cost leased line with Symmetrical bandwidth (same upload and download speed) where your connection is not shared, so does not slow down.

Leased Line

Leased Line

This is your very own uncontested circuit which enables you to have guaranteed upload and download speeds. Perfect for a fast-paced business. A private connection all the way between you and your internet provider remains at a constant high-speed. Also known as ethernet leased line, dedicated line, data circuit or private line.

WiFi Solutions

Modern businesses are reliant on a strong WiFi connection, but there always weak signal areas where your signal keeps on dropping. This is often embarrassing when it’s the conference room and you’re trying to impress clients.

WiFi Access Points can be installed around your offices to remove this issue. Speak to one of our connectivity experts to get a free evaluation. You may also consider Guest WiFi to keep your network secure from visitors

Frequently Asked Questions

With a static IP address, you can connect remotely to your server to exchange files, host a VPN (Virtual Private Network) and is suitable for applications that use VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). You may also need a static IP for CCTV and homeworkers.

For security, we always recommend a separate Guest Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity). When giving guest access to your main WiFi you could be giving them access to files and data on your network. You may also consider doing this in your home as well as your business.

However, we can provide advanced WiFi networks that allow you to decide how much bandwidth you allow guest to take, how often the security or password is changed and you can also exclude individual users.

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