GEA / EoFTTC

The lowest cost solution for a dedicated, secure connection. Up to 19Mbps speeds.
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What is a GEA / EoFTTC Leased Line?

GEA (Generic Ethernet Access) or EoFTTC (Ethernet over Fibre-to-the-Cabinet)

What is it? – GEA / EoFTTC is a cost-effective solution where existing fibre or copper cables connect your business to the nearest street cabinet, and then a dedicated Ethernet line carries your data to the core network. This solution guarantees symmetrical upload and download speeds of up to 19 Mbps, with unlimited data usage and an 8 hour fix time.

In simple terms – A high velocity, hybrid solution that gives you the speed and bandwidth of Ethernet with the cost benefits of our FTTC and FTTP solutions.

This is the right solution if you have up to 20 users, want a cost-effective way to enjoy the benefits of Ethernet and your business location has the required capability.

GEA / EoFTTC Benefits

  • Our most cost-effective, dedicated line
  • High-availability, low-latency private circuits
  • Available using copper or fibre Ethernet
  • Up to 19Mbps upload/download speeds
  • Robust SLAs
  • Highly secure

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