Friday, 14 August 2020 15:35

WHITEPAPER: The top 10 things you need to know about NBN enterprise ethernet

By CommsChoice
The classification of work means that businesses need high bandwidth, high availability to access the Internet.
Enterprise ethernet helps business customers of all shapes and sizes access dedicated end to end fibre installed direct to the office locations without the pricetag of a traditional fibre connections.
Enterprise Ethernet delivers symmetrical speeds up to 1000Mbps/1000Mbps (1Gbps/1Gbps) so companies can easily operate bandwidth-intensive applications like IP voice and video conferencing.

Symmetrical internet speeds have identical download and upload speeds, which can bring real benefits to your business. For example, with symmetrical internet multiple users can engage in an online video call. The equal upload and download speeds will not only help the quality of the video and audio, but also allow other members of the business to conduct their work as per normal.  A staff member might have a super-fast download speed, but if their upload speed isn’t up to scratch then there will be a loss of quality in video feeds that they broadcast, as well as a lag in their efforts to collaborate in real time. Tools such as MS Teams in Office 365, with their rich in-built services, were created with a constant and stable internet in mind.
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