Our Services

FIXED CONNECTIVITY

FIBRE TO THE CABINET  (FTTC)

In a nutshell, FTTC (fibre to the cabinet) broadband uses a full fibre optic connection from provider to the cabinets (the green ones you see in many streets), and copper wire from there to your home, however, because it still uses inefficient copper wire, speeds are far lower than full fibre connections but still more than fast enough for most sizes of business.

 

FIBRE TO THE PREMISES  (FTTP)

FFTP means ‘Fibre to the Premises’ Rather than reach your business via the green cabinet at the end of your street, FTTP travels directly from your internet provider. Unlike FTTC broadband, FTTP uses all fibre optic, making it the fastest type of fibre on the market.

LEASE LINE

A leased line is a dedicated broadband connection. Rather than sharing a broadband line with your neighbours – like you do with any other kind of broadband – you rent a single line all to yourself. They’re generally used by businesses with high-powered broadband needs.

Speeds on a leased line are available from 10Mb all the way up to 10Gb (10,000Mb), the speed is the guaranteed, symmetrical for both upload and download and they come with business critical 4 hour SLA’s.

 

  • Fully managed service with our Ethernet Demarcation Device (EDD).
  • Service is IPv4 and IPv6 compliant as standard.
  • Scalable capacity over our 100GigE core Network.
  • Hundreds of peering relationships and integration with the world’s major content providers make the Internet just one hop away
  • Cloud-ready Internet.
  • Uncontended Internet with symmetrical upload and download speeds.
  • 24 / 7 x 365 technical support for assistance
  • Split the connection into multiple secure VLANs to deliver several services over the same pipe

MPLS

MPLS was pioneered in the late 1990s as a more efficient alternative to traditional Internet Protocol (IP) routing, which requires each router to independently determine a packet’s next hop by inspecting the packet’s destination IP address before consulting its own routing table. This process consumes time and hardware resources, potentially resulting in degraded performance for real-time applications, such as voice and video.

In an MPLS network, the first router to receive a packet determines the packet’s entire route upfront, the identity of which is quickly conveyed to subsequent routers using a label in the packet header.

  • It’s good for real-time applications that can’t tolerate latency, such as video, voice and mission-critical data.
  • Data and voice apps can all be run on the same MPLS network.
  • Different types of data can be preprogrammed with different priorities and classes of service.
  • Organizations can assign different percentages of their bandwidth to various types of data.
  • MPLS networks are scalable. Companies only have to provision and pay for the bandwidth they need until their requirements change

SD-WAN

SD-WAN or software-defined networking in a wide area network. SD-WAN makes the management and operation of a WAN easy by decoupling the networking hardware from its control mechanism.

SD-WAN connections supply more efficient WAN bandwidth utilization through dynamic path selection.

This is the most important characteristic that adds value, especially for businesses that adopt multi-cloud networking.

With dynamic path selection, traffic can be directed across public and private WAN paths as per the application requirements. This is useful for load balancing and downtime reduction.

  • Streamlined Network Management
  • Tailored to your bespoke infrastructure
  • Increases performance
  • End-to-End Encryption
  • Network Reliability

MOBILE CONNECTIVITY

A 4G/5G router is a device which carries a sim card and emits the data on the sim as a WIFI signal allowing you to connect to the internet as you would with traditional broadband.

Used widely in areas where broadband speeds are slow, when in a place with no fixed broadband or simply as a backup for an existing broadband as failover they have many uses which could benefit your business.

 

  • Share your 4G/5G LTE connection without wires to multiple WiFi devices.
  • Share peripherals such as printers to create a complete mobile office.
  • Stay connected throughout the world with 5G, 4G, 3G and GPRS.
  • Ideal for builders or building sites requiring temporary broadband internet access in prefab buildings on site.
  • Unlimited Data solutions through YCC
  • Temporary internet access at exhibitions.
  • Ideal for users unable to get conventional ADSL or cable broadband.
  • Emergency broadband backup solutions.
  • Perfect for temporary locations, as an alternative to fixed line broadband solutions.