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Hi Tech offer the following ADSL/Fibre connections call us to for the availability of connection in your area

ADSL/ADSL2

Broadband Internet Access, aka broadband, allows for high speed Internet access. ADSL(Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a type of broadband. ADSL uses telephone lines but on a different frequency so it can be used at the same time as the telephone.

FTTC (Fibre To cabinet)

With FTTC, a new fibre street cabinet is installed near to the conventional street cabinet (shown previously), and this new street cabinet is connected to the BT exchange with a fibre-optic cable. The photograph below shows a new fibre street cabinet. The broadband equipment previously housed in the exchange (known as the Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer or DSLAM), is now located in the new street cabinet. In effect, the BT exchange has moved to the street cabinet and the signal loss along the copper cable between the exchange and the conventional street cabinet has been avoided. FTTC still makes use of the copper wires between the street cabinet and nearby residential and business premises, as shown in the diagram below. However, the distances involved are typically much shorter than the original copper cabling all the way back to the BT exchange. As a result, significant speed improvements are achieved. As ADSL and ADSL2+ are limited to 8 Mbps and 24 Mbps respectively, BT's FTTC system currently makes use of Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line 2 (VDSL2) transmission technology to provide faster speeds than ADSL and ADSL2+. When originally launched, BT’s FTTC service delivered up to 38 Mbps downstream. In April 2012, BT announced an increase in maximum download speeds to 76 Mbps, with up to 19 Mbps upstream. The one big weakness of FTTC is its continued reliance on the copper wires between the street cabinet and the nearby residential and business premises. Just as data rates of conventional (ADSL and ADSL2+) broadband reduce with increased distance from the exchange, so the data rates achieved by FTTC fall as the distance between the street cabinet and nearby premises increases.

FTTP (Fibre to Premises)

With FTTP, there is an end-to-end fibre-optic connection from the BT telephone exchange all the way to the premises. From a performance perspective, FTTP is the best method of delivering very-high-speed broadband services, offering higher speeds than FTTC, particularly for properties that are not located very close to the street cabinet. As FTTP does not rely on the copper wires from the premises to the street cabinet, broadband signals are not attenuated as the distance from the street cabinet increases (as with FTTC) so FTTP speeds do not fall with distance. Furthermore, FTTP is not susceptible to interference like FTTC services. BT's FTTP on Demand broadband service is currently only available on a small proportion of exchanges, meaning that FTTC is the only available fibre option at most exchanges. Eventually, FTTP on Demand will be available in all areas where FTTC is available. FTTP on Demand offers download speeds of up to 330 Mbps, with up to 30 Mbps on the upstream. In the future, significantly higher speeds are likely from FTTP.

Prduct Name

Product Description

Down Stream Speed

Up Stream Speed

Broadband Type

Supplier Network

BT Line Required
BT Max ADSL Up To 8Mb Up To 448kbpb ADSL

BT

Yes
BT Premium ADSL Up To 8Mb Up To 832kbps ADSL BT Yes
BT ADSL2 Plus ADSL2+ Up To 24Mb Up To 1Mb 21CN

BT

Yes
TTB ADSL2 ADSL2+ Up To 24Mb Up To 1Mb TTB TTB Yes

 

Prduct Name

Product Description

Down Stream Speed

Up Stream Speed

Broadband Type

Supplier Network

BT Line Required
BT FTTC 40/10 Fibre Up To 40Mb Up To 10Mb Fibre

BT

Yes
BT FTTC 80/20 Fibre Up To 80Mb Up To 20Mb Fibre BT Yes
BT FTTP (g.fast)160/30 Fibre Up To 160Mb Up To 30Mb Fibre

BT

Yes
BT FTTP (g.fast)330/50 Fibre Up To 330Mb Up To 50Mb Fibre BT Yes
TTB FTTC 40/10 Fibre Up To 40Mb Up To 10Mb Fibre TTB Yes
TTB FTTC 80/20 Fibre Up To 80Mb Up To 20Mb Fibre TTB Yes

 

FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) is the latest technology in hi-speed data services and makes use of fibre connections to street cabinets that act as mini exchanges. The connection between the street cabinet and customer premises is copper as with ADSL connection but as copper performs well over short distances there is now the potential to reach up to 330Mbps download speeds.

IP VPN

Get the best of both

IP VPN (IP-enabled Virtual Private Network) converges voice, video and data networks. It offers a wide range of benefits that includes both security and cost savings. Hi-Tech’s VPN provides a secure, reliable and cost efficient way to connect offices and remote workers. It is a fully managed private network that provides businesses with a secure platform to share applications and information between sites.

Why should my customers use IP VPNs?

  • Security – Traffic does not pass through the public Internet.
  • Reliability – Hi-Tech provides network resilience with 24/7 monitoring.
  • Performance – Efficiently prioritises, real-time, mission critical applications such as voice.
  • Scalability – Can easily and quickly introduce new sites, remote workers and new applications.
  • Network Convergence – Reduce management and network costs by consolidating end user applications onto a single network.
  • Controlled internet breakout – immediately updates new firewall policy to all sites

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Hi-Tech Group supplies, installs and maintains NEW and RECONDITIONED telephone systems from Panasonic, NEC, BT and Samsung. We also supply Voicemail Systems, Handsets, Headsets, Call management, Call recording and Music on Hold systems. We specialise in the installation of data networks and converged systems and VoIP systems. For all your telephone needs call us on 0330 300 1011 0r e-mail us sales@hitechinstallations.co.uk and we will find a tailored solution for your needs.