The latest NBN Enterprise Ethernet Plans.
Next Telecom has released a new range of NBN Enterprise Ethernet plans. NBN Enterprise Ethernet is a premium, high performance service that provides the speed and bandwidth crucial for modern, data hungry businesses.
Why use NBN Enterprise Ethernet business plans
Enterprise Ethernet for Metro, Outer Metro & Regional Fibre Internet will deliver corporate NBN plans outside the cities. Now regional business can access plans that deliver NBN business solutions that were previously restricted to the cities or high cost carrier fibre.
With the roll out of the NBN nearing completion, Business Grade fibre over NBN Enterprise Ethernet is now broadly available across most of Australia. Enterprise Ethernet brings dedicated end-to-end fibre to any site in Australia located within the NBN fixed line footprint. Eligible businesses can now access a $0 fibre install on a 36-month contract (subject to a site qualification check*).
Is Next Telecom an NBN certified business advisor?
As an accredited business NBN ICT advisor, Next Telecom will help guide your journey toward a more flexible, secure, quality-assured business grade network. We’ll help you lower your operating costs and achieve a much higher level of productivity for your distributed and collaborative workforce. All of our Sales Team and Support Team staff are accredited NBN advisors.
What Enterprise Ethernet Bandwidths can we get?
Symmetrical Band widths range from 50Mbps to 1000Mbps and in 100Mbps increments over 100Mbps. NBN Enterprise Ethernet means if you’re a larger business on a fixed-line nbn™ service, you can upgrade to Enterprise Ethernet to achieve up to 1/1 Gigabit symmetrical speeds.
When mission critical applications determine your success, Enterprise Ethernet offers low latency and great response times in the event of an issue.
How reliable is Next Telecom Enterprise Ethernet?
Fibre is the best available means of connecting to the Internet. Security, availability and scalability are second to none, with speeds of 50Mbps-1Gbps. Links are symmetrical and offer unlimited downloads.
NBN Enterprise Ethernet Fibre is now available in more locations than ever before.
Bourke, Dubbo, Echuca, Ballarat, Portland, Albany, Port Douglas, Port Lincoln, Port Headland, Broome, Darwin, Hobart, Lakes Entrance and a lot of places in between. You name the place and you can probably get Enterprise Ethernet.
What is the Class of Service (CoS) available?
There are two access options for connecting to the Internet through Next Telecom Enterprise Ethernet;
- CoS-Low: is ideal for best efforts applications like internet browsing. By default, all Next Telecom EE services are delivered on this CoS. Low CoS provides Peak Information Rate (PIR) up to the maximum bandwidth.
- CoS-High: used for time sensitive applications such as voice, video and Citrix (100% of the bandwidth is committed rate).
What’s the difference between high and low class of service?
CoS-Low is ideal for best efforts applications like internet browsing. CoS-High is used for time sensitive applications such as voice, video and Citrix.
I heard there is a great fault fix SLA on NBN Enterprise Ethernet?
Yes the standard fault fix is 12 hrs and Enhanced SLAs (eSLA) are available is some locations with an 8 or 4hr fault fix SLA at additional cost.
Can you help me find all the available Fibre Internet networks at my sites?
Yes. With one click Next Telecom will help you interrogate multiple carrier networks and give you the available bandwidths and pricing guidance for NBN Enterprise Ethernet & Carrier Fibre.
What's the geeky stuff for NBN Enterprise Ethernet ?
- Access gigabit symmetrical speeds up to 1000/1000Mbps
- Full end to end fibre direct to your office locations
- Designed to deliver the data performance required for critical business applications
- Eligible businesses can access a $0 fibre install for Enterprise Ethernet on a 36-month contract (subject to a site qualification check*)
- Class of Service options available High CoS CIR & Low CoS PIR
- Designed to comply with global standards (Metro Ethernet Forum – MEF CE 2.0)
- Enterprise grade SLA options including eSLA
- Point to point fibre from premise to the Fibre Access Node (FAN)
- Specified performance parameters- Frame delay, Frame delay variation and Frame Loss specifications available
- Symmetrical bandwidth 50Mbps-1000Mbps
- Service level (eSLAs also available) 12 hrs 24/7 (Default) with options available to 8 and 4 hrs 24/7*
- NTD Business Grade
- Ethernet Frame Size Up to 9,004 bytes
- Network availability target 99.95%
Can I change bandwidth?
Yes you can. As Enterprise Ethernet is delivered over a direct fibre connection you can dial your service up or down as your business requires. Bandwidth changes can be implemented within hours of a service request.
Can I change plan?
Yes you can. Next Telecom offers excellent flexibility for our customers and we understand that business needs change over time. You can typically go up from your current bandwidth without any cost other than additional monthly charges. To go below your original plan you may incur a penalty.
Can I change from Low to High CoS?
Yes you can. We understand your business needs change over time, and how you use your data network also changes. If you find the importance of your applications changing, you can alter your class of service accordingly.
What is the maximum bandwidth I Can get on EE?
Currently, Next Telecom Enterprise Ethernet is available up to 1/1Gbps.
How long will the install take?
Subject to a site availability check, installation will typically take around 40 business days.
Is installation free?
On 36-month contracts, installation is usually free for eligible businesses. If a network build is required, there may be an installation charge. Installation fees apply for 12 and 24 month contract terms.
Where can I get EE?
EE is available for sites located within the nbn™ access network fixed line footprint. This means that even in distant regional towns you can get a high quality a cost effective NBN Enterprise Ethernet fibre service.
What are the contract terms on EE?
12/24 and 36 month contract terms are available on NBN Enterprise Ethernet.
What’s the difference between EE and TC2 and TC4?
EE is 100% fibre service direct to your door, delivering symmetrical speeds and suited to business-critical applications and enterprise data requirements. TC2 is designed to provide access to high performance data for applications and services that require consistent, predictable download and upload speed requirements. TC4 is an asymmetrical service designed primarily for non-business critical general internet and standard data services.
What SLAs are available on EE?
The SLA allows for 12-hour service resolution time as standard, with enhanced service resolution times available as optional upgrades. eSLAs are also available
What is an eSLA?
eSLA stands for Enhanced Service Level Agreement and refers to our commitment to providing a higher level of support by having faster rectification on faults within a specified timeframe.
Can I get a dedicated 1:1 EE
EE is a dedicated 1:1 service providing symmetrical speeds up to 1000Mbps
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