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Broadband Connectivity

Broadband Connectivity is essential to any business and Eurolink is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) enabling us to directly supply an affordable, independent service with high standards and consistency. A presence in the primary hub of Telehouse in London connects our service with the main networks; this is important for the quality of voice services, ensuring that calls are quickly and efficiently directed straight to the network, avoiding any unnecessary hops around the world. Being direct with BT Wholesale ensures that we are equipped to deal with faults more promptly than resellers can, improving the overall customer experience.

Our Broadband is available in various forms to suit:

  1. Superfast Fibre Broadband

    There are two types of fibre broadband available - FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) and FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) - these use the BT fibre infrastructure to deliver faster speeds and greater reliability than standard copper broadband.

    Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)

    FTTC uses the existing copper infrastructure to deliver the upstream and downstream traffic between the customer’s premises and the street cabinet. From the cabinet back to the exchange, the core network is fibre which means that superfast broadband can be delivered, offering speeds of up to 80Mbps download and 20Mbps upload.

    Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)

    FTTP uses fibre from the customer premises directly through to the exchange and the core network which will provide speeds of up to 330Mbps.

  2. Standard Copper Broadband

    More widely available and sufficient for many business requirements, there are two types of copper broadband available, depending upon the grade of telephone exchange:

    • An exchange with the 21CN next generation network provides products such as ADSL2+ and AnnexM services:
      • ADSL2+: As the name suggests, ADSL2+ more than doubles the capacity of an ADSL MAX broadband. This potentially means download speeds up to 24Mbps and upload speeds around 1Mbps upload.
      • ANNEXM: AnnexM provides additional upload speeds, which is necessary for companies that send larger files and stream or save documents to remote servers.
    • Similar to the download speed, the upstream performance is rate adaptive, which means the actual speed for a business is dependent on the distance from the exchange and the quality of the copper line.
  3. Ethernet Fibre Connectivity

    For organisations that need to move large amounts of data quickly and seamlessly with highest reliability standards, then an Ethernet Fibre solution is the answer. It is highly resilient, fully managed and supported, delivering secure high-bandwidth connectivity, at speeds from 0.2Mbps and 10Gbps.

    Ethernet fibre is the most resilient and fully supported type of connectivity solution available through Eurolink.

 

If these services are of interest, or you would like some more information, please call us on 01453 700 800.

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