Ethernet Vs. Broadband – who’s your winner?

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Cost-effective

Because underlying connections are shared, they’re much cheaper to install.

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Quick to install

A lot of the underlying infrastructure is already there, so it’s much faster to get you connected.
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Wide availability

Most towns and cities already have some form of fibre broadband available already.
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Not shared by neighbours

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Incredibly reliable

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Highly scalable connection

Why should I upgrade to Ethernet Flex?

If there’s one trend that all businesses can agree on, it’s that their appetite for bandwidth is growing.Global data consumption(1)1992 - 100GB per day1997 - 100GB per hour2002 - 100GB per second2007 - 2,000GB per second2017 - 46,600GB per second2022 - 150,700GB per...

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M2M SIMs: the definitive business guide

Everyone with a smartphone knows what a SIM card is. SIMs make it possible for all of us to connect to the Global System of Mobile Communications Network, also known as GSM. M2M SIMs are similar to the little pieces of sophisticated plastic we all have in our phones,...

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5 ways a data pool will save you money

If you manage business premises, or run a company that provides security and facilities management for business premises, it’s fair to say that the Covid pandemic has given you an extra headache you really didn’t need. During lockdown, premises were vacant and...

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The cost of poor business connectivity

According to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), many UK SMEs are suffering the consequences of poor connectivity. A recent survey by the FSB found that 30% of small businesses received download speeds of less than 10Mbps, a figure that rose to 39% in rural...

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Cloud Productivity: Why Is It So Important?

It’s widely accepted that if you want to properly equip a remote or hybrid workforce you need to look to the cloud. Cloud services were growing quickly in popularity before the Covid crisis, but the pandemic has poured rocket fuel on the trend. Business investment in...

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