A standard line that is primarily used for making voice calls, connecting to fax machines and to receive broadband.
Multi Line analogue
Having an additional line allows you to receive a call. Should a call come through to an engaged line, the call will simply be passed to the next available line using the same number.
A single high-quality digital line that has two 64k channels, each used as a separate line for voice, data, video or fax. You can add further ISDN2e circuits to your installation, increasing the number of simultaneous connections and/or available data bandwidth.
Used by larger organisations, ISDN30 lines support between 8 and 30 digital channels and provide all of the features of ISDN2e.
ISDN lines allow you to have separate phone numbers allocated to your users either via devices connected directly to the circuit or through a PBX phone system.
Ethernet is a type of Internet network. Ethernet is used to connect computers whether in a company, home network or single computer to a cable modem or DSL modem for Internet access.
Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) is built on a proven and robust network structure using multiple copper pairs to deliver a high capacity Ethernet service as an ideal upgrade from SDSL or Leased Line services.
This is a superior technology delivered using less copper pairs than competitors without compromising on speed. In fact, we can provide symmetrical speeds of 2Mbps, going up to 10Mbps on 4 copper pairs.