Business SHDSL

By: AINS Telecommunications  09-May-2012
Keywords: Internet Service Provider, Symmetrical Dsl, High-Speed Broadband

AINS’s SHDSL is a Business Grade Internet service providing an ideal mix of performance, reliability and affordability. SHDSL is a robust, reliable service utilising existing copper telephone wire infrastructure readily available to CBD and metropolitan based businesses and in regional centres. And as SHDSL is low latency, it is well suited for connecting to the Internet or to a Private Network. Our Business Grade SHDSL services are contention free, widely available, low latency, cost effective and come with a comprehensive Service Level Agreement (SLA). SHDSL service speeds range from 1Mbps/1Mbps through to 2Mbps/2Mbps depending on infrastructure. In addition our Managed Router and optional AINS Monitoring Service ensures that “Corporate Grade” refers not only to the circuit itself, but also to how we manage and monitor your services to ensure the highest uptime for your business.

Keywords: Business Ethernet, High Speed Connection, High-Speed Broadband, Internet Service Provider, Symmetrical Dsl

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