March 15th, 2010
SDSL from Managed Comms to be at the forefront of cloud computing expansion
SDSL broadband providers are readying themselves for a growth in enquiries about the service after the news that Google Apps Markertplace, the use of which benefits greatly from a powerful SDSL connection, is to be expanded. Cloud computing services work best on a superfast broadband line with good upstream capabilities – for that, look no further than SDSL from Managed Communications.
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March 4th, 2010
Managed Comms offers superior SDSL coverage to BT
West Lancashire is just one of the areas which could benefit from better SDSL coverage, according to a new report. Thankfully, Managed Comms is at the forefront of SDSL UK provision, giving companies high-speed broadband wherever they are. We can access more SDSL-enabled exchanges than BT, giving us an unparalleled ability to serve businesses all over the UK.
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February 26th, 2010
SDSL broadband uptake may surge along Manchester corridor
The plan to roll out high speed fibre optic broadband connections along Manchester’s Oxford Road area (dubbed ‘The Corridor’) could see a rise in the number of businesses opting to invest in a SDSL broadband connection. It is thought people in the area will be able to benefit from download speeds up to 100Mbps, with upload speeds to match should they switch to SDSL.
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February 15th, 2010
SDSL and business broadband implications after Google Docs changes
With changes to the online Google Docs tool allowing people to upload files up to 250MB in size, many heavy users will need to look closely at their download speeds in order to get the most out of the service. It has been suggested that they might switch to SDSL, which offers upload speeds identical to the download rate, making it perfect for sending large files.
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February 4th, 2010
Business SDSL demand predicted to increase as companies join the cloud
According to a new survey, 19% of businesses say they plan to upgrade their internet connection to make possible a future switch to cloud computing. Now, experts are predicting that these upgrades could see an upturn in the demand for business SDSL take-up, as companies look for other ways to maximise the efficiency of their business broadband connections.
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January 29th, 2010
SDSL and SHDSL play their part in improving UK broadband network coverage
The number of telephone exchanges equipped to handle high speed broadband lines is set to increase over the next few years as BT aims to improve the spread of ADSL, SDSL and SHDSL connections throughout the UK. The move will be particularly beneficial to rural communities, many of which cannot get online at high speeds. The Scottish government had held talks to ensure SDSL crosses the border.
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January 15th, 2010
SDSL broadband connections among those on the agenda in America
The US government has announced plans to upgrade the country’s broadband infrastructure as part of a new initiative with a budget of $7.2bn (£4.5bn), some of which will be spent on installing high speed SDSL networks across 17 states. Vice President Joe Biden said that SDSL would enable businesses to work more efficiently and improve their customer service, in a speech made in Georgia last month.
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January 1st, 2010
SDSL seen as obvious option for UK businesses who want to upgrade
Experts are predicting that the UK may see an increase in the number of SDSL users as dissatisfaction with standard ADSL technology grows. Symmetrical connections such as SDSL and leased lines give users superfast, balanced upload and download speeds, which is ideal for companies who work with rich media or send a lot of data and have been let down by slow ADSL upload speeds.
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March 17th, 2009
We had a 2Mbps 10:1 contention SDSL circuit which cost £3600/annum… we have changed this to a 2Mbps 1:1 contention SDSL circuit for less than £1600/annum!
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March 2nd, 2009
“Managed Communications have enabled us to vastly reduce our business SDSL spend by switching from BT. The broadband SDSL service is very reliable and enables our VPN between sites.”
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