What is a GEA / EoFTTC Leased Line?
The acronyms sound complicated but GEA (Generic Ethernet Access) or EoFTTC (Ethernet over Fibre-to-the-Cabinet) basically mean you’ll get a cost-effective connectivity solution.
GEA or EoFTTC uses the existing copper or fibre cables to connect your business to the nearest green street cabinet and then, from there, a dedicated Ethernet over fibre line carries your data to the core network.
With your Ethernet over fibre and generic Ethernet access, you’ll get guaranteed symmetrical upload and download speeds of up to 19Mbps along with unlimited data usage.
In simple terms, GEA/EoFTTC is a high velocity, hybrid solution that gives businesses the speed and bandwidth of Ethernet for a business broadband price point.
If you’ve got up to 20 users and want a cost-effective way to enjoy Ethernet capabilities, look no further than GEA or EoFTTC.
- Our most cost-effective, dedicated line
- High-availability, low-latency private circuits
- Available using copper or fibre Ethernet
- Up to 19Mbps upload/download speed
- Robust SLAs
- Highly secure
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The most cost-effective leased line deals we offer small businesses are our GEA/EoFTTC or Fibre Flex options. This solution is available for as little as £114 p/m, and is ideal for smaller to medium-sized companies that use the internet for browsing, VoIP telephony, and Skype calls. Compare deals for GEA internet.
Symmetrical bandwidth is simple, and something that comes as standard with all leased line packages. Essentially, symmetrical bandwidth means that your business will have identical upload and download speeds. This is massively beneficial for corporate businesses, as you can upload and download simultaneously without experiencing any breaks in connection.
Well that depends on several factors such as how many employees you have and the services and applications that those employees use your internet for. Email, cloud services, VoIP phone calls, VoIP system, uploading and downloading files, web browsing, video conferencing and more all affect bandwidth.
Light use – basic email and web browsing
Moderate use – file downloads, streaming music or video, cloud usage and VoIP
Strong use – all of the above as well as large file downloads and interactive conferencing
Heavy use – all of the above as well as heavy use of internet applications and multiple devices per user
Well simply because with a leased line you get more than you do with traditional broadband. A leased line is an enterprise-grade solution delivered over an Ethernet fibre line direct into your business, dedicated specifically for your use.
Broadband on the other hand is a shared consumer level service which is delivered using copper wires. With Ethernet you’ll get guaranteed speeds and enhanced reliability – things which are at a much lesser standard when using traditional broadband.
Yes of course we can! A leased line is a fibre line which is built and delivered to order. Traditional telephony and street cabinets aren’t usually used on a typical leased line install.
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