Bristol is one of the UK’s first gigabit cities and the very first in the South West. CityFibre’s full-fibre network is over 70kms and puts over 4,000 businesses within 250m of the network in our city.
Solution IP has since enabled hundreds of Bristol’s mid-sized and small businesses quickly access the core network, allowing data-intensive organisations to unleash restrictive connectivity and energise their businesses through ultrafast internet services for Bristol’s business community.

First, things first – let’s find out how far you are from the network. Click postcode proximity here.

Explore the five key improvements ultra-fast connectivity can make to your business:

1. Ultra-fast, symmetrical speeds and super-low latency
With a pure fibre connection directly into your business, you will have access to symmetrical, gigabit-capable upload and download speeds, increasing efficiency and productivity. Unlike so-called ‘fibre’ broadband services, there is no copper to restrict the Internet speeds it can support, meaning practically limitless capacity.

2. No slow-downs, no matter how many people are using the network
Ethernet speed internet is on average 100x faster than current broadband. Staff working in a range of ways, office based or remotely, can simultaneously access an Ethernet network at peak times with no drop in speeds. This means it’s possible for everyone to do whatever they need online at the same time without waiting around for pages to load or content to buffer.

3. Next-generation services, cloud computing and remote back up
A pure fibre connection can support your business now and as your digital requirements evolve in the future. Virtually limitless capacity means a new world of applications become practical solutions, from Office 365 and video conferencing, to cloud computing platforms such as Amazon Web Services.

4. Revolutionise your business comms
Ditch your landline for cheaper, smarter VoIP telephony and have your meetings face to face with HD video conferencing tools. With ultrafast internet, lag-free video conferencing will be the norm, helping to bring businesses together, even if they’re on opposite sides of the world.

5. Resilient, reliable, responsive
Business critical services can run smoothly over the state-of-the-art infrastructure, where pure fibre connectivity represents a truly diverse connectivity solution, completely independent from incumbent infrastructure.
Business class SLA’s mean that if you do encounter any issues, they are resolved quickly and efficiently.

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