Digital subscriber line uptake is up there with the best
Managed Comms firmly believes in the merits of SDSL UK so we were heartened to see a new study that puts Britain in the vanguard of digital subscriber line uptake.
According to a major report by technology analysts Point Topic, no fewer than six of the top ten broadband countries accessed the web most often with DSL rather than alternatives like cable modems and FTTx.
Those countries were the UK, China, Germany, France, Italy and Brazil.
Managed Comms is one of the biggest advocates of premium digital subscriber lines; for example, we have led the way when it comes to promoting bonded SDSL UK.
More and more businesses are finding that our SDSL UK service can provide remarkably high data transfer rates for significantly less than the cost of a dedicated leased line.
Any doubters have quickly been won over by the promise of a 99.9 per cent service level agreement that guarantees the speeds they will receive.
With such strong SDSL UK offerings around, it’s little wonder that Britain boasts one of the most mature broadband markets in the region.
The Point Topic figures indicate that the UK has the third largest number of digital subscriber line users in western Europe (14.48 million), behind only Germany (22.64 million) and France (17.74 million).
And when you consider that both these countries have larger populations than us, it soon becomes obvious that British broadband customers really know a good deal when they see it.