Finding the right connectivity for your needs can be a bit of a task.
That’s why Enter-at can offer you all of the major connectivity services, a Connectivity Solution made easy. If you are not sure what you are looking for then please get in touch and we will be happy to advise. Also if you are in a super connected city and you’re running a small or medium-sized business (SME), a social enterprise or a charity you are likely to qualify for funding (even if you already have broadband). As Enter-at is a registered supplier for the government’s high speed broadband Connection Voucher Scheme.
PSTN lines / Analouge – Basic PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) the same sort of telephone lines you would have at home – 1 Call 1 Number.
ADSL / ADSL2+ -If fibre broadband is not available in your area this is the type of broadband connection you would have at home. Typical internet connections which are available almost everywhere in the UK with varying speeds of upto 24Mbps down and 2.5Mbps up, these are the speeds at which you could upload or download content from the internet. The various types of broadband are DSL, ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL+ availability will depend on your location.
VDSL / FTTC / Fibre broadband – Superfast Broadband, comes in two forms, FTTC or fibre to the Cabinet (the green boxes on the street) FTTP or Fibre to the Premises (business) upto 80Mbps or 1Gbps respectivley.
FTTH- Fibre to the home. A fibre connection direct into your home with connection speed from 30Mbps download with 5Mbps upload to 300Mbps download to 30Mbps upload click here for more information
ISDN2 /ISDN30 – Basic rate or Primary rate. ISDN is a digital line for phone, data and video serivces to run on a copper network. ISDN BRI provides from 2 to 8 channels or concurrent calls and multiple numbers and each PRI can provide from 8 to 30 concurrent calls. ISDN will need a digital telephone system/PBX
EFM – Ethernet in the first mile (EFM) gives you a tough and reliable high-speed business internet connection. But unlike our standard leased line, EFM uses existing copper lines (instead of fibre) to connect you to your local exchange. Meaning it’s cheaper and quicker to install than a standard leased line. EFM leased lines ensure you’ll get internet access speeds ranging from 2Mbps up to 10Mbps, together with all the benefits of standard leased lines.
Leased Line – Fibre Ethernet leased lines are the premium option offering dedicated symmetric solutions typically starting at 10Mbps and going up to 100Mbps or 1Gbps. Service level guarantees of 99.95% availability are standard.