Speedster IT offers a fast and cloud-compatible wireless internet London service that comes with no downtime. It includes a service-level agreement that backs this up and, as with all our services, provides unlimited access to IT support should you need it.Always-On Connectivity never goes offline, even if your physical cable is damaged. It simultaneously uses two networks: Fibre, which is wired through the ground, and Fibre Air, a wireless network that runs through the air. We can monitor both of these connections in real time. If we spot a problem, we have a failover time of under one minute. Internet traffic running through the wireless network never travels more than two hops. This guarantees great transmission speeds are kept up, and delays are cut down.
Six Reasons to Use Always-On ConnectivityAt Speedster IT, we understand how critical these services are to your business. We aim to understand your business and its users to deliver the best fit solution for your needs.
There’s No Downtime
Bad weather, construction work and power cuts can all damage broadband lines and put your internet out of action. You won’t have this problem with Always-On. If the lines do gown, your internet traffic is automatically rerouted through your wireless microwave connection. The uptime never stops.
A Service-Level Agreement
As a fully-managed service, we’re confident you’ll never face any downtime with Always-On. In the totally unconceivable and bizarre event that you do, our service-level agreement will compensate you for this.
Always-On runs at 10 mbps to 1 gbps. Millions of pounds have been invested to create one of London’s fastest and advanced communication networks. Speed will never be an issue as you’ll be with the quickest company to install broadband.
You Can Easily Switch Networks
You won’t have to call suppliers or manage IP addresses if you need failover. Your routers will automatically switch to the next available network on the same IP address range.
Always-On is ideal for public, private and hybrid cloud services and all your mission critical applications. These can be financial, supply chain, customer or operational applications.
The Phones Stay Live
Now that a lot of telephony systems, such as VoIP, are based on the internet, in the event of failover, your phones will keep on working. This is vital if your business has a high telephone conversation demand.