Ethernet Flex 1Gbps
Ethernet Flex 1Gbps
Game-changing Ethernet connectivity
Ethernet Flex 1Gbps is changing the perception that anything above a standard broadband connection is prohibitively expensive. Not only is it more reliable than the traditional broadband services you may currently be using, it costs less than an average SME business spends on a gas and electricity bill or a single sales person’s company car each month.
With our CityFibre Ethernet Flex 1Gbps service you have a highly cost-effective full fibre connection that balances exceptionally high speed with price while retaining critical reliability. It guarantees a speed of 200Mbps for both uploading and downloading data and provides an ever-present capability to burst to up to 1Gbps, which is over 12 times faster than FTTC.
So whether you’re driving your business from applications in the cloud, sharing data internally across your organisation or externally with other stakeholders and customers, or enabling IP-based communication across your voice and data platforms - you can have confidence that with our Ethernet Flex 1Gbps service you have the bandwidth you need, when you need it, and in a cost-effective package!
- Guaranteed 200Mbps both up and down
- 1Gbps burst at no extra cost
- On-demand bandwidth with no need for portal requests
- Comprehensive 100% SLA
- 5 business hour return to service guarantee
- 24/7 UK support
- Unlimited usage
Why future-proofing your business is so important
As Britain becomes increasingly digital, the way the nation consumes goods and services is changing at pace and this is driving the need to look for faster and smarter ways to operate.
Ultra-fast and resilient full fibre connectivity is needed to underpin this digital revolution that is seeing data consumption accelerate at a phenomenal rate.
Global Data Consumption
100Gb per day
100Gb per hour
100Gb per second
2000Gb per second
46600Gb per second
150700Gb per second
When 'fibre' isn't fibre
Businesses’ connections are often described as ‘fibre’ even though fibre is used in only part of the network. Standard FTTC broadband uses fibre from the exchange to individual street cabinets but continues to rely on an ageing and slow copper connections from the cabinet to customers’ premises. Full fibre overcomes these limitations to deliver a considerably improved customer experience.