Exchange connectivity for service providers
Whether specialising in residential, business or both, service providers have an array of connectivity solutions to choose from. However, finding the right fit for your business and your customers can be confusing. Security, reliability and flexibility can come at a premium.
Bandwidth intensive services
Data-heavy and bandwidth intensive services including internet services, VOIP and cloud solutions mean managing business growth and network demand cost effectively. As you seek to use your network as a differentiator in a thriving market, ensuring sales efforts are aligned to network expansion is key. But, how can your customers be connected to your services cost effectively, securely and reliably, ensuring they stay with you?
Don’t ask – don’t get: questions you need to ask connectivity providers
With connectivity being business critical for the services you provide, finding a connectivity provider that can meet your performance, cost and route requirements is crucial. Getting answers to some key quetions early on can ensure your business is ready for changes in growth and capacity requirements:
- Does my provider have the network reach required for my current and future connectivity needs?
- Does the provider have a solution that allows me to benefit from economies of scale when I increase connections in line with my customers’/business’ needs?
- What diversity can the provider offer and what are the cost implications?
- What bandwidth control does my provider offer – managing demand?
Geo local hubs and core backbone connectivity
With one of the UK’s newest fibre assets, Geo’s hub and core connectivity model ensures shorter tail circuits allowing services to be aggregrated to exchanges without needing to deploy lengthy tail circuits for each new customer or connection. A resilient fibre ring forms the core backbone, running at 1Gb, 10Gb or more and is controlled by you. Mulitple services can be terminated and aggregated in the exchange: broadband, voice, FTTC; minimising cost and complexity of separate networks.
Sound to good to be true? It isn’t. Read why other service providers are already using Geo’s network here.
Want to find out more?
Please email our service provider team, who will be delighted to help you.