Zen Internet has today launched a new symmetric 10Mbps (Megabits per second) capable NGA Ethernet service for businesses in the United Kingdom. The new product is based off two of the latest Next Generation Access (NGA) technologies, Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) and Fibre to the Premises (FTTP).
The ISP claims that its new product, which can be provided within 20 working days and should be available from 1,200 telephone exchanges across the UK, is “cost effective … affordable [and] ideal for businesses needing consistently high connectivity speeds with minimal downtime“.
In short Zen Internet sees NGA Ethernet as being a better and “significantly more widely available” alternative to similar solutions like Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM).
Andrew Saunders, Zen’s Head of Product Marketing, said:
“For business wanting to move away from contended services such as broadband or replace older technology leased lines but without the higher costs of dedicated Ethernet, NGA Ethernet is the perfect choice. NGA Ethernet can reach even more businesses than EFM and brings with it many benefits for businesses. NGA Ethernet is a key enabling technology for a whole range of business Internet services such as e-commerce, Cloud computing and remote working.”
Apparently the service comes with a business class Service Level Agreement (SLA) and 24/7 access to UK based technical support and customer service. Further details about Zen’s NGA Ethernet can be found by following the link.