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Ethernet Leased Line circuits are theEthernet replacement for Leased Lines – at a fraction of the cost of old Leased Line services - and provide the UK’s best Internet access circuits. GEA Ethernet circuits use FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) Technology to deliver Ethernet Leased Lines into your premises faster and at a lower price point than Fibre or EFM Leased Lines. The connections are also known as FTTC Leased Lines or FTTC Ethernet.
The key is that despite the improved speed of installation and low cost, GEA Leased Lines retain the same performance SLAs as EFM and Fibre Leased lines.
Ethernet Leased Lines have been the business Internet connection of choice for the last two years and now GEA makes Ethernet affordable for almost all businesses.
The repair SLA is the same as EFM Ethernet Circuits and only slightly longer than Fibre Ethernet circuits. The key difference is that GEA Ethernet Circuits are delivered over a single pair copper service whereas EFM is normally delivered over multiple copper pairs and fibre Ethernet is over a fibre circuit. As this is a single pair service, Spitfire have developed an auto-fail solution whereby in the unlikely event of a failure, the service will automatically fail over to a VDSL (Fibre Broadband) service – so should you have a problem with the leased lines your data will automatically route over the back up Fibre Broadband (FFTC) circuit.
GEA Ethernet Leased Lines have an 8 hour fix time and because the circuit is delivered over fibre to the local cabinet, the copper is only covering a short distance from the street cabinet to your premises – this means it is more stable than a single pair running all the way back to the exchange, and also ensures fault diagnosis and repair much easier.
GEA Ethernet Leased Lines, along with all Ethernet services, provide a dedicated high speed, uncontended, full duplex symmetrical bandwidth solution that has lower overhead, greater throughput and higher reliability than all types of broadband (ADSL/SDSL) services.