We pride ourselves on providing a high-performing, resilient and flexible range of ADSL and FTTC services. Some of the reasons that people select amatis as their provider includes:
Traffic Prioritised – we operate a business-only network and prioritise traffic at the exchange-level as standard, reducing the risk of performance degradation at peak times.
Resilience – our ADSL terminates on a wholly independent backhaul to our Ethernet core network, this ensures improved uptime and resilience when delivered alongside an Ethernet service.
Managed Router – we offer our service as either wires only or complete with a fully managed and supported router from amatis.
amatis On-Net – all of our ADSL and FTTC services are fully connected to the amatis cloud providing you with a range of cloud services on-net.
In simple terms ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology used today to provide a data connection (either to the internet or into your corporate network) over a standard telephone line all the way back to your local exchange.
FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) provides ADSL services over a mixture of standard copper and fibre circuits. The street cabinet is linked to the local exchange by fibre and a standard copper pair is utilised to deliver the service into your home or office.
If you are unclear about which solution is best to fit your businesses needs, then take a look at our Guide to the Connectivity to find out more.
With relatively low cost and high throughput capabilities ADSL connection is often used for remote home workers to connect into their office networks. Many smaller branch offices and retail locations also opt for ADSL where Ethernet First Mile is not available and where Fibre Ethernet costs are not justified.
FTTC is the latest evolution of ADSL. With its greater download and upload speeds over ADSL, FTTC will eventually replace the traditional ADSL services that we use today. This is also known as “Superfast Fibre”.