For most businesses today it is essential for every user to be connected to the internet at all times. For any organisation using VoIP technology, the local Internet connectivity must not just be fast, but it must also be reliable and stable enough to support VoIP.
Inclarity offers a range of market-leading business-grade connectivity services for any size organisation that are specifically designed to assure the quality of telephone calls made by every user.
The majority of the customers using Inclarity’s hosted telephony service also choose to take connectivity services from us, which provides not just peace of mind, but which also gives the customer a single point of contact for all of their telecommunications needs.
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ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a broadband technology that converts telephone lines into high-speed connections. It is asymmetric because it delivers faster downloads than uploads.
ADSL2+ is the most powerful version of this service, which, where available, provides download speeds of up to 8Mbps
Fibre broadband, also known as Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC), delivers significantly faster speeds than ADSL services, but normally still uses a traditional copper line and socket to deliver connectivity to your premises.
Another more specialist version called Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) brings the fibre all the way from end to end. Depending on availability will provide download speeds to up to 80Mbps.
Ethernet First Mile (EFM) services provide dedicated, symmetric Internet bandwidth for any business. Over EFM the path to the Internet is uncontended, offering superior availability and reliability over ADSL and FTTC services.
EFM uses multiple copper pairs that are bonded together especially to provide service speeds from 1Mbps
A leaded line is a true fibre Internet connection, offering a dedicated, symmetric fibre link from the Internet to the premises or from premises to premises). As there is no dependency at all on underlying copper line infrastructure, this type of service offers the greatest resilience over any alternatives.
In addition, this type of service scales more readily to the needs of larger businesses. Speeds start at 10Mbps up to 1Gbps and beyond.