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Fluidata Preps 16Mbps LLU xDSL
By: MarkJ - 05 January, 2005 (9:25 AM)

UK Bug carries word that ISP Fluidata has also entered the realm of local loop unbundled (LLU) broadband services with their PureFluid 2Mbps to 8Mbps services. More interesting is their plan for a 16Mbps service:

Currently available in London only, but going nationwide in 2005, PureFluid takes leased lines to the next level. PureFluid is the alternative to a costly leased line service, offering your company a highly robust and reliable connectivity solution. Yet this is not simply a leased line replacement: PureFluid features an unrivalled level of redundancy, delivered by multiple independent service lines and a Cisco router operating immediate failover, to ensure your data never stops flowing.

PureFluid is currently available from 2Mb/s through to 8Mb/s, increasing further to 16Mb/s in 2005. Incredibly, Fluidata can provide these speeds, and this level of circuit resilience, at up to 60% less than a conventional leased line. Plus we offer popular extras such as SMTP port forwarding and unlimited IP addresses at no extra cost.

PureFluid includes a 99.95% service level agreement (SLA) and is currently enabled on 66 exchanges in the stated London area.

Sadly there don't appear to be any public pricing details, although you can get a quote and more information here:


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