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Get a reliable, fast broadband solution to help improve productivity

The move to Cloud-based applications including Voice and Collaboration applications and services, as well as the need to have fast access to the Internet makes good quality Access essential for businesses.

Our Broadband is designed exclusively for the business market – offices and homeworkers. The Gamma network has been built to provide a high-quality, secure connection and this is supported by a highly skilled group of UK-based support staff and engineers.

Our Broadband solutions have been designed for IP telephony, video and conferencing services as well as instant messaging, making us the perfect end-to-end supplier for connectivity and communication.

Key Features


Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line is the common name given to the type of technology that is used to provide an internet connection to the premises that is always on, this technology does not utilise the full capacity of an analogue line meaning that it is still possible to make voice calls over the line.

Asymmetric refers to Downstream and Upstream speed and means that they are different values, a real world example of this is a standard ADSL2+ connection where typically the Downstream speed is 14 Mbit/s and the Upstream speed is 1 Mbit/s. The ADSL2+ used in the United Kingdom is sometimes referred to as Annex A.


Ethernet services can help reduce the cost of private networking while improving the quality of service and support. We offer scalability and flexibility unavailable from legacy services. And we deliver dedicated, secure, uncontended business-class connections for all your voice and data traffic.


Fibre to The Premises – A Fibre all the way to the end user’s premises (no copper) – available in areas where full fibre infrastructure already exists in the street.

Due to the whole circuit being Fibre, we can offer higher speeds with higher rates of reliability. With FTTP there is no “up to” bandwidth. The bandwidth that you buy is the bandwidth that you will obtain over your local access tail.


Fibre to the Cabinet is a term for a broadband connection using optical fibre to supplement part of the usual metal local loop used for connection to an exchange.

With FTTC the optical fibre supplements the copper from the DP (street cabinet) to the exchange, in practice this allows for much higher speeds as the length of the copper used to convey data is much shorter and also boasts increased stability over its ADSL2+ counterpart. With FTTC the DLSAM is located in the street cabinet rather than the exchange.