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Where does GEA belong in the connectivity scale?

{ Posted on Apr 02 2013 by Claire Dutton }
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Categories : Broadband, EFM, Fibre, GEA
As a reseller, you’re no doubt excited by the launch of Generic Ethernet Access (GEA). [caption id="attachment_106" align="alignleft" width="130"] Download our eBook[/caption] After all it enables you to meet your customers’ needs more easily. However, with yet another product added to the ...Read More »

Demystifying Ethernet

{ Posted on Mar 01 2013 by Claire Dutton }
You may be new to selling Ethernet based services or have only a certain amount of experience of the Ethernet market. It’s easy to understand why, because over the past year or so a variety of Ethernet options have emerged ...Read More »

The year of living not too dangerously

{ Posted on Nov 30 2012 by Claire Dutton }
It may be a miserly curmudgeon’s view but let’s face it, 2012 was a bit of a nearly-year wasn’t it? A lot of things almost happened, but there was nothing really that set the comms world alight. Let’s take a ...Read More »

EFM – like honey to bees

{ Posted on Oct 01 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : EFM
Dedicated leased line connectivity used to be the domain of larger, even corporate, organisations with deep pockets that had high bandwidth requirements and a demonstrable need for highly effective and efficient communication. However, things have changed and, in today’s economy, ...Read More »

Partner case study – Resolveit

{ Posted on Aug 30 2012 by Claire Dutton }
Categories : Case study, EFM
When an end user customer of Entanet partner Resolveit needed to increase the speed of its Internet connections and improve reliability they suggested implementing two leased lines, one at the HQ site and one at its retail outlet. Unfortunately due ...Read More »