Ethernet Access Direct (EAD) provides point-to-point data connectivity between sites. It can be used to build and extend customer networks, develop new infrastructure, and meet low-capacity backhaul requirements (ie up to 1Gb, which is the starting bandwidth for Ethernet Backhaul Direct). EAD supports a range of requirements including cloud computing, simultaneous online pupil access in classrooms and storage area network connectivity.
We have some significant price reductions and special offers available on our Ethernet portfolio. The best way to find out about the latest news and offers on our fibre portfolio is to visit Fibre for Business zone.
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Download the fact sheets to see how Ethernet access direct can help you meet your customers' needs.
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