|Businesses have become increasingly dependent on being able to access the Internet. However many sites will have different needs in terms of performance, cost, and speed of repair. To address these varying needs MDNX has an extensive range of options based on the local access networks of all the major UK carriers.
Ethernet over Fibre
Ethernet over Copper (EFM – “Ethernet in the First Mile”)
Uncontended ADSL and SDSL
Traditional broadband – ADSL Max, ADSL2+ and SDSL
Next Generation Access – FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) & FTTP(Fibre To The Premises)Services are supplied with an MDNX maintained router and are supported 24×7 from our Network Management Centre.
Share broadband – a mixed economy
In future, UK broadband (including super-fast broadband) will be available in the form of a ‘mixed economy’. This means that premises that are close to the local serving exchange and do not have a street cabinet on the line, so called’exchange direct fed lines’, will be provided with FTTP. Those premises further out from the serving exchange with a street cabinet situated on the line nearer to the end user will have FTTC availability. Finally within the same FTTx enabled exchange area, those furthest out in the more remote locations or with little by way of dense population, are likely to remain with ADSL2+ services.