Communications and Data Centre specialist Node4 has introduced a range of new high capacity ethernet packages starting at £399 per month for a 10Mb connection.
Available nationally across the UK Node4’s new 10Mb, 100Mb, 1Gb and 10Gb services utilise BT’s 21CN enabled node exchanges located around the UK.
Paul Bryce, Business Development Director at Node4 commented, “We are now able to supply high capacity Ethernet connections with options for 10Mb, 100Mb, 1Gb and 10Gb of bandwidth. With connections as low as £399 a month, there is an offering suited to every company and requirement. The new packages will enable many businesses previously priced out of the market to take advantage of Node4’s range of complete solutions including fast internet access, hosted services from our Data Centres and the ability to make and receive phone calls using SIP technology or a hosted IP phone system.”
Node4’s extensive in house capabilities allow clients to derive the maximum benefits from their connection. SIPlink (Node4’s SIP service) enables organisations to create a single, IP connection between themselves and their telephone service provider, giving them the ability to make and receive telephone calls and other IP services such as video calls, video conferencing and presence information.
Remote data storage and access is afforded though Node4’s three state of the art facilities located in two convenient sites in the UK ensuring the right environment, even for the most mission critical applications. The Node4 Data Centres offer the latest technology in security and resiliencies, ensuring the services required are available when needed with a flexible range of colocation and hosting services.
Node4 will be hosting a seminar day at its brand new data centre in Wakefield on the
24th September. The seminars are designed to help businesses optimise their connectivity, to highlight the benefits of the recent changes involving 21CN and the new options available. Speakers will include Node4’s own team of specialists and a guest speaker from BT’s 21CN project.