Fibre now in Flintshire

The full fibre revolution is gathering pace and more organisations than ever before are reaping the benefits of an ultrafast fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) internet connection.

Utilising fibre significantly increases reliability over long-established copper networks which means less downtime to serve more customers and maximised revenue streams.

It also allows significantly more data to pass through. Businesses and third sector organisations who take advantage of the fibre optic medium are more flexible and become capable of engaging cost-effective cloud services. Their data is available 24/7, is secure, and can be accessed in remote locations, away from the office.

High definition-quality video conferencing is becoming a more common application but demands a consistent and fast connection. An FTTP connection fulfils requirements well beyond this, empowering businesses to meet customers and colleagues without having to travel, leading to greater productivity levels and reduced operating costs.

Voice over internet protocol (VOIP) also substantially reduces costs by eliminating the need for once conventional phone systems, which are similar in nature to residential landlines. By moving your phone system to an onsite private branch exchange (PBX) or hosted platform in the cloud, fibre connectivity helps to bring simplified management.

As Openreach invest in their nationwide full fibre network, more and more business premises can reap the rewards of an FTTP connection. Within Flintshire, the following exchanges have been enabled for the full fibre experience:

Buckley Caergwrle Caerwys Connahs Quay Flint
Halkyn Hawarden Holywell Mold Mold West
Mostyn Northop Pontybodkin Sealand Rcc

If your business is served by these exchanges and you would like to find out more about obtaining an ultrafast internet connection, please call 01244 283054 or email fttp@comtek.co.uk

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