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DSL, EFM, MPLS? Connectivity is a world of acronyms and shopping for internet connectivity can be very confusing and time-consuming.

The running of your entire office relies on connectivity, slow or unreliable internet connectivity is not only extremely frustrating but also reduces the productivity of your workforce – causing unnecessary delays and costs.

Let Fusion Voice & Data understand your business needs, budget and growth plans to ensure you get the right connectivity solution from the outset.

Fusion offers every type of internet connectivity available, from a wide range of carriers all under one roof, simplifying the selection process. Plus, with access to all major UK carriers, we’re able to secure the quickest lead times and most competitive pricing, whichever technology you choose.

DSL, EFM, MPLS? Connectivity is a world of acronyms and shopping for internet connectivity can be very confusing and time-consuming.

The running of your entire office relies on connectivity, slow or unreliable internet connectivity is not only extremely frustrating but also reduces the productivity of your workforce – causing unnecessary delays and costs.

Let Fusion Voice & Data understand your business needs, budget and growth plans to ensure you get the right connectivity solution from the outset.

Fusion offers every type of internet connectivity available, from a wide range of carriers all under one roof, simplifying the selection process. Plus, with access to all major UK carriers, we’re able to secure the quickest lead times and most competitive pricing, whichever technology you choose.

ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) Broadband

 

ADSL is an entry-level business Broadband, delivered over an analogue phone line.

It is ideal as a primary internet connection for smaller businesses or branch offices with light internet use or as a backup to a fibre service in larger offices.

Installation: 10 working days

How does ADSL work?

FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) Fibre Broadband

 

FTTC is delivered over an analogue phone line and is much quicker than ADSL with speeds of up to 80Mbps depending on your location.

It is reliable and simple to install, however, this product is not currently available to all UK addresses.

Installation: 10 working days

How does FTTC work?

EFM (Ethernet First Mile)

EFM offers the speed, security and reliability of a Fibre Leased Line, but at a fraction of the cost.

Ideal for organisations that regularly share large volumes of data or applications between remote sites.

EFM offers the speed, security and reliability of a Fibre Leased Line, but at a fraction of the cost.

Existing copper lines are used to connect your business to the local exchange, often meaning installation is simpler and quicker than a Fibre Leased Line.

With synchronous upload and download speeds of 2Mb to 20Mb available in most locations, EFM is ideal for organisations that regularly share large volumes of data or applications between remote sites.

Installation: 25 – 30 working days

How does EFM work?

Fibre Leased Line

If your business depends on being connected to the internet, then a dedicated Fibre Leased Line connection is the number one choice for reliability, security and speed.

If your business depends on being connected to the internet, then a Fibre Leased Line is the number one choice for reliability, security and speed.

A Fibre Leased Line is a dedicated connection delivered directly to your premises from the local exchange, providing robust, reliable and guaranteed performance irrespective of the line length. It is the ideal option for businesses that regard reliable, high-speed internet access as mission critical.

Fusion’s Fibre Leased Lines provide businesses with symmetrical upload and download speeds -from 10Mb up to fully enabled 1Gb circuits – tailored to your exact business requirements so that there is no wastage and you only pay for the bandwidth you need.

Although prices for Leased Lines seem considerably more than other Business Connectivity options, businesses pay a premium monthly rate for a fully managed, enterprise-grade, low-latency connection backed-up by Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

Installation: 45 to 90 working days

How does a Fibre Leased Line work?

Wireless Fibre

Wireless Fibre delivers up to 1GB symmetrical broadband internet connectivity over airwaves and can be installed in as little as 7 working days.

As well as a standalone service, Wireless Fibre can be used as a temporary solution whilst waiting for Fibre to be delivered or as a permanent failover to a Fibre Leased Line.

Wireless Fibre delivers up to 1GB symmetrical Broadband internet connectivity over airwaves.

Unlike a traditional Fibre Leased Line which works under the ground and can take up to 90 days to install, our Wireless Fibre service can be installed in as little as 7 working days by avoiding the need for unnecessary construction works such as digging up the ground.

As well as a standalone service, Wireless Fibre can be used as a temporary solution whilst waiting for Fibre to be delivered or as a permanent failover to a Fibre Leased Line.

Installation: 7 working days

How does Wireless Fibre work?

MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) Network

MPLS is a highly secure, cost-effective and high-performance network solution that enables fast, reliable communications between multiple offices – irrespective of their geographic location.

This is a fully bespoke install, specifically designed to meet the needs of individual businesses, combining a range of technologies linking multiple sites or international locations.

The high-speed connectivity provided by a Fusion MPLS solution will carry your business’s communications quickly, effectively and securely. MPLS is also highly scalable and future-proofed, enabling your solution to be easily adapted to meet changing business requirements.

How Does MPLS work?

Moving Office? Get a head start with Fusion!

Crucially we are willing to start the ball rolling for a line survey before your lease negotiations are finalised. Why is this important?

The main carriers are not willing to go so far for their customers and it will often buy you a vital four to six extra weeks of progress towards a line install.

Additionally, had the lease negotiations fallen through our customers can walk away with no obligation or cost – again something the main carriers are unwilling to contemplate.

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