Leased Lines & MPLS
As more and more services move into the cloud, a reliable, fast Leased line is perfect to handle all cloud solutions. Leased lines are the fastest internet connection available. They come with bandwidth ranges from 10mb to 2GB.
Leased lines are uncontended circuits, which means your bandwidth is completely reserved for you, guaranteeing your speeds. Leased line faults take priority over FTTC & FTTP, so down time is kept to an absolute minimum, with 24-hour monitoring in place.
Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is a high speed broadband circuit that uses fibre optics from the exchange to the street cabinet. SoGEA is a new FTTC variant which doesn't carry any dial tone. All traditional FTTC products will need upgrading to SoGEA or FTTP by 2025 at the latest. SoGEA broadband circuits are very reliable as they bypass 2 problematic parts of the telephone exchange used to generate dial tone. Speeds are up to 80mb.
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) offers higher speeds than the FTTC services as it is a full fibre circuit from the exchange to your office. Full fibre products are very reliable as they do not run over the degrading copper network. Speeds range from 40mb to 1gb.
Why choose Barton Telecom as your broadband provider?
Quick Fault Response
What is broadband?
Broadband is an internet connection that varies in speeds and is used to transfer data and files all over the World.
What is the difference between FTTP and FTTC?
FTTC stands for ‘fibre to the cabinet’, which means fibre to the cabinets out on the street and then copper cable into the premises.
FTTP stands for ‘fibre to the premises’, which means fibre all the way from the exchange into your premises.
FTTP is the faster and more reliable of the 2 products, as there is no copper involved and this degrades over time.
What is bandwidth?
Bandwidth is a term that refers to the amount of data that can be transferred from 1 place to another in a specific time frame. Bandwidth is measured in bits (kilobits, megabits, or gigabits). Bandwidth is very important if you’re using cloud telephony, because not having enough will cause calls to break up.
What is a leased line?
A leased line is a dedicated fibre service installed directly into a premises. It has fixed speeds with the upload and the download speed matching. Leased lines are commonly found in businesses that require fast speeds with quick fault response times.
What is the difference between downloading and uploading?
Downloading is the receiving of data / files from the internet. Uploading is sending data / files to somewhere on the internet. A VOIP call for example, would use both upload and download.
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