Businesses resident in the West Midland areas of Birmingham and Wolverhampton look set to benefit from Entanet's new bonded unbundled (LLU) lines, which will be capable of delivering speeds up to 100Mbps:
As part of the upgrade of its national network in preparation for the rollout of BT's 21st Century Network, Entanet is making significant investments to provide ‘Ethernet First Mile’ services at speeds of up to 100Mbps by using multiple unbundled copper lines from Openreach. By providing higher speeds the new service will enable businesses to set up fast, reliable and affordable connections between different locations and reduce their overall costs, says James Blessing, Chief Operating Officer at Entanet.
Most organisations are unable to run Internet connections at such high speeds due to the limitations in the ability of standard copper-based lines to carry data over distance. By using multiple copper lines to link the customer's sites with its own nationwide network, Entanet is able to increase throughput and overcome the problems normally associated with transmitting signals over the ‘first mile’ between a customer’s location and the exchange. Entanet is then able to use its existing fibre-based metropolitan Ethernet solutions to provide connectivity right across the UK.
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