Spitfire Launches Ethernet Service for Mission Critical Connectivity

London based ISP Spitfire has launched Spitfire Ethernet Service providing Internet connectivity or site-to-site connectivity for businesses in the city and central London. Available bandwidths are from 2Mb to 1Gb, with fixed rental pricing based on postcode. The service is designed for medium to large businesses that require bandwidths over the standard 2Mb connection and would benefit from a more robust and reliable infrastructure than DSL based products.

Spitfire Ethernet Service is backed by state of the art network infrastructure and comes in two variants. Spitfire Ethernet Service Direct Internet provides a highly stable, dedicated link to Spitfire’s ISP services, with bandwidths of between 2Mb to 1Gb; the service is ideal for businesses that have mission critical applications requiring high bandwidth such as the financial sector, advertising agencies, the print and graphics industry and professional service providers like legal and accountancy practices. Every Direct Internet circuit includes a guaranteed service level agreement (SLA), 24/7 monitoring of the circuit and support and a fully managed Cisco router.

The second option is Spitfire Ethernet Service Site-to-Site, which provides an uncontended, fibre based, dedicated link between two sites, for example branch offices of the same company, where high volumes of data and guaranteed service provision is a necessary requirement. Site-to-Site circuits includes a guaranteed SLA, 24/7 cover and options for fully managed routed and a back up SDSL.

Spitfire Ethernet Service offers an excellent value high bandwidth connectivity solution within Central London, backed up by Spitfire’s long established reputation for providing outstanding customer care.

Commenting on Spitfire Ethernet Service, Tom Fellowes, Sales Director for Spitfire said, “There has been a gap in the market for an affordable, stable, high bandwidth connectivity solution in Central London and the City, which I am pleased Spitfire’s Ethernet Service addresses.”

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