Connectivity

A broad portfolio of internet connection methods to suit any organisations requirements. It should be noted that connection methods and speed are subject to availability and conditions whatever the utilised technology. Our offerings include, but are not limited to:

DSL+ - Digital Subscriber Line. Fast and reliable internet connection available across the majority of the UK carried by existing telephone lines and cables.

VDSL - Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line. Up to five times faster download speeds, VDSL utilises existing  telephone cables, but does so far more efficiently with a configuration that effectively shortens the distance the signal has to travel.

Leased Line - A private bidirectional or symmetric telecommunications line between your premises and an internet linked data centre. Typically much faster and more reliable than other commercially available connections, as the connection is symmetric upload speeds are the same as downloads.

WiMax - Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access. An internationally approved technology standard for providing a wireless internet connection over distances of several miles at speed.

 


Phone Systems

VoIP PBX Office Phone Systems - Voice Over Internet Protocol Private Box Exchange. An internal business exchange phone system provided over a LAN or WAN data network rather than a traditional Public Telephone Network, allowing for a far more versatile and configurable system.

Fixed PBX Line Phone Systems - Private Box Exchange over Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). An internal business exchange phone system provided over the public phone network. Utilising conventional phone lines, this method is more robust though less versatile.

 


Conferencing

Audio Conferencing Services - Designed to utilise telephone systems, workstations or dedicated hardware. 

Video Conferencing Services - Connecting two colleagues across an office or Boardrooms across an Ocean, our Video conferencing services are designed to suit the needs of your organisation.