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Business Fibre uses fibre optic cables and is delivered without the use of the existing copper network. And that means extreme speed and bandwidth. It's the perfect broadband solution for businesses that require superior performance and the highest speed available. It's ideal for all cloud based applications including UC Systems, Business VoIP, Hosted PBX, CRM Systems, Video Conferencing and Cloud Based Storage.
There are two types of business fibre available, NBN Business and fibre delivered directly by carriers with their own fibre networks. BusinessCom is an NBN Retail Service Provider and has wholesale arrangements with all of the leading fibre providers. Which means we are network agnostic and able to deliver the best possible choice from a range of options.
We have a range of plans available. Choose between our ultra-competitive business fibre plans starting at $269 per Month. Our Fibre 250 and Enterprise 500 plans are ideal for businesses in fibre-lit buildings that require ultra-fast speed at super-cheap rates. And if you have specific requirements or need other speeds, please call 1300 000 300 or CLICK HERE and we'll provide you with a tailored quote.
Premium business grade fibre comes with 1:1 contention which means the service is not shared with any other users.
Business fibre comes with symmetrical upload and download speeds, where both are the same. This is especially important when using cloud based business applications.
Fibre is built to deliver extreme speeds and is a low latency service. And that means minimal delay in transmitting data.
Optic fibre is the most reliable means of delivering a broadband service and comes with an unbeatable up-time SLA of 99.95%.
BusinessCom only uses Tier 1 network carriers with Australian based technical support teams. And that means local knowledge and training to support your business.
As opposed to consumer grade, business fibre comes with stringent business SLAs covering delivery and service restoration.
Fibre is regarded as the most reliable means of delivering business broadband as it doesn't use the ageing copper network or is effected by any wireless interference. Tier 1 Fibre Networks deliver high performance connections with a 99.95% up-time SLAs. To ensure uninterputted access to high speed broadband, many businesses us 4G LTE as a back-up and fail-over technology.
Business fibre has a 1:1 contention ratio, which means the service is not shared with any other user and its speed doesn’t fluctuate. NBN services are shared and contention ratios can reach above 50:1.
Business fibre is built for business and comes with business grade SLAs. NBN is effectively a consumer service with limited SLAs.
Some of the NBN broadband connections use the existing copper network and are not 100% fibre optic services. FTTN (Fibre to the Node) delivers fibre to the street cabinet and utilises existing copper network to provide the final part of the NBN connection to the premises.
NBN has variable upload and download speeds. Business fibre has set symmetrical speeds i.e. the upload and download speed is the same.
Through the roll-out of NBN and other fibre networks, fibre will eventually become the main business broadband technology. It will supersede ADSL and SHDSL. To check if your business can be connected now CLICK HERE or call us on 1300 000 300.
Fibre is available through both NBN and individual fibre networks operated by Tier 1 Carriers. Between the various networks, it is widely available across most of the major metropolitan areas and some large regional centres. BusinessCom has wholesale arrangements with Australia's largest fibre networks including Telstra, Optus, TPG and NBN. Telstra fibre is available at 370+ metro exchanges, as well as some major regional centres.
A broadband connection with a 1:1 contention is not shared by multiple service subscribers. That way it's guaranteed to deliver set upload and download speeds. NBN does not have a 1:1 contention ratio. That means that multiple service subscribers can access the service at any given time, effecting download and upload speeds. A broadband connection with a 1:1 contention ratio is dedicated to only one service subscriber.
Latency is the amount of time data takes to traverse the broadband network. Low latency means it takes less time for data to be transmitted. Business fibre is an ultra low latency service which is important when being used for video conferencing, business VoIP calls and any other cloud based applications requiring fast transmission.
Although fibre is regarded as the best form of business broadband, there are other options available to businesses. In situations where business fibre can't be delivered or the cost is prohibitive; options such as SHDSL, Mid Band Ethernet and Fixed Wireless Broadband can deliver symmetrical high speed broadband.