What is Ethernet Broadband?
Ethernet broadband is also known as ethernet over copper. Ethernet broadband fills the gap between DSL and fibre broadband, offering symmetric speeds faster than a regular DSL connection, without the associated costs and hassle of a fibre broadband connection.
The combination of multiple copper lines into a single ethernet interface makes ethernet broadband much more reliable than traditional ADSL services. For example, other lines remain operational and will continue to deliver the ethernet connection even if there is a problem with one access line.
The advantages of this is higher speed, simple, scalable connection with greater reliability and lower-cost.
Find out more about the features and benefits of ethernet broadband.