Gigabit Internet

gigabit internet

Internet, business internet, business internet

establishing a breakthrough fibre network to connect businesses

Intouch Communications provide full fibre networks across 60 across in the UK. 

The Thames Valley, including Bracknell, Slough, Reading and Maidenhead are some of the UK’s most industrious cities in England and are full of opportunity to develop further. While the region has developed a lot over the past 20 years, its cities and towns have lacked the infrastructure to allow them to connect their businesses to the internet faster than ever before.

Superfast dedicated internet to Thames Valley

Move to a full-fibre dedicated business connection with guaranteed speeds, fix times, unlimited usage and dedicated 24/7 support. With Intouch Comms, we’ll not only give you a great connection but will handle the entire project to getting you connected.

Check whether your area is connected with Gigabit Fibre Internet:

Bracknell

Maidenhead

Reading

Slough

High-speed fibre

Guaranteed upload and download speeds to boost efficiency.

Reliable

Move to a revolutionary full-fibre network that won’t let you down.

Flexible

Choose from a range of speeds to suit your business needs.

Handle high data demands

Expand your need for cloud apps that demand higher data usage.

fibre Ethernet

  • Up to 1Gbps synchronous speeds
  • Fixed SLA of 5 hours
  • Fastest speed and guaranteed performance with maximum scalability.
  • Perfect for larger office locations and where uptime is critical to your business

Full Fibre Broadband

  • Up to 1Gbps download speeds
  • Enhanced Care (optional)
  • With options in a variety of speeds to choose from, fibre to the premises (FTTP) connects your business straight to the exchange for faster, dedicated internet.

Increased efficiency

Gigabit internet allows businesses to transfer large files quickly and efficiently, which can save time and increase productivity. Employees can collaborate on projects more effectively and complete tasks faster, leading to a more streamlined workflow.

enhanced communication

With gigabit internet, businesses can hold high-quality video conferences and meetings with clients and employees without any lag or interruptions. This can improve communication and collaboration, especially for remote teams.

Better cloud services

Many businesses rely on cloud services to store and access data. Gigabit internet provides faster access to cloud services, which can improve efficiency and reduce downtime.

Improved customer experience

Gigabit internet can help businesses provide faster and more reliable services to their customers. For example, an e-commerce website with gigabit internet can load pages faster and process transactions more quickly, leading to a better overall customer experience.

Future-proof technology

Gigabit internet is becoming increasingly important as more businesses rely on digital technology. By investing in gigabit internet, businesses can future-proof their operations and stay ahead of the competition.

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With faster download and upload speeds, greater dependability, and technical assistance, business broadband is an internet connectivity option that is based on well-known residential infrastructure and is therefore better suited for home and hybrid working. 

Ethernet is the industry standard for wired connections between computers on a network. In contrast to Wi-Fi, which is a wireless connection, a cable is obviously needed to connect your device to the network since it is a wired connection. In comparison to some other connectivity options, ethernet solutions for organisations can offer dependable connections that are inexpensive and straightforward to set up. 

Internet download speeds of 10 Mbps are approximately 10 megabits per second, and upload speeds are up to 1 megabit per second. Accordingly, it will take 8 seconds for a 10 MB file to load. This speed operates over a DSL internet connection with a specific IP address, making it perfect for small firms with few employees.

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