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Previously, I detailed how TalkTalk Business is helping Openreach improve the speed of Ethernet provisioning across Britain. An important part of this involves looking at how TalkTalk Business is working with Openreach to reduce the Ethernet installation backlog.
In my last blog, I explained how TalkTalk Business is working more closely with Openreach to improve the Ethernet installation timescales for our customers and the industry as a whole.
Recently phone systems have transitioned through a major technology shift from most businesses having a physical phone system on site to an option where everything can be stored in the Cloud.
In terms of speed and resilience, TalkTalk Business’ data products are often ranked with Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) at the lower end, then progressing to Ethernet over Fibre to the Cabinet (EoFTTC), Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) and then finally Ethernet (EAD).
How TalkTalk Business is Working with Openreach for a Superfast Britain
What is dark fibre, and what will it mean for business connectivity?
The IP Bill will have far-reaching implications for both telecoms and communications providers.
London is a unique market for high speed, high availability business connectivity, and has been since the days of Mercury and COLT digging fibre into business premises.
At TalkTalk Business, we often talk about owning one of the largest Next Generation data networks in the UK as owning the “plumbing”.
Our International Inbound Numbers and World SIP products will offer an outstanding chance to approach a relatively untapped market with highly profitable and robust offerings.
Automate or find more added value.
MyNet is a brand new portal that will allow TalkTalk Business Partners to manage their accounts in an easier and more efficient manner.