With our extensive knowledge in both telecoms and IT, we not only understand IP phone systems, but also their wider context.
In today’s business world, being connected is crucial, and fast, high-availability internet connections are essential for many business functions.
With so many internet connectivity options available, from FTTP to fibre Ethernet, it can be overwhelming. That’s where PurpleUC comes in – we can help you understand which service would best suit your business and budget, and ensure it’s installed and managed properly.
Whether you require a basic broadband service or something mission-critical, we offer a range of solutions to meet your needs. Just ask us for help.
OK back to those acronyms…
ADSL and ADSL2+
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a type of internet connectivity that uses existing copper wires to provide a standard level of service. ADSL2+ is an upgraded version of this technology that can offer faster download speeds.
Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is a type of broadband that uses a combination of copper wires and fibre optic cables. It offers faster speeds than ADSL and is suitable for businesses that require faster download speeds.
Single Order Generic Ethernet Access (SoGEA) is a relatively new technology that enables businesses to get high-speed internet connectivity without needing a phone line. With SoGEA, you can have a standalone broadband internet connection delivered over a copper line, making it easier and faster to set up and more cost-effective than traditional broadband and phone line packages.
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is a fibre optic broadband option that offers faster speeds than FTTC. With FTTP, the fibre optic cable runs directly to the premises, providing high-speed connectivity.
Fibre Ethernet / Leased Line
This option is a dedicated line that is leased from a carrier. It offers symmetric service, meaning you’ll get the same upload and download speeds. You’ll be the only customer using the line, ensuring that your connection is fast and reliable.
At PurpleUC, we can help you choose the right internet connection for your business needs, install it, and manage it for you. Contact us today to learn more.