ADSL uses the old copper wire system of your existing phone line however unlike the old-school dial-up connections, ADSL broadband comes with a clever microfilter that splits out the frequencies used for your voice telephone calls and internet connection.
It’s this clever technology that revolutionised internet usage, believe it or not, back in the day using the internet would cut off your phone line and vice versa.
Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) is an affordable way to achieve greater, guaranteed symmetric bandwidth than is available using broadband, whilst maintaining an Ethernet handover interface.
Ethernet First Mile is ideal for both Cloud-ready Internet Access and Private Network internet and MPLS services. Often chosen for its speedy transfers of large data files as well as running simultaneous applications like SIP, video conferencing and real-time business applications.
The benefits of MPLS are scalability, performance, better bandwidth utilisation, reduced network congestion and a better end-user experience.
MPLS itself does not provide encryption, but it is a virtual private network and, as such, is partitioned off from the public Internet. Therefore, MPLS is considered a secure transport mode. And it is not vulnerable to denial of service attacks, which might impact pure-IP-based networks.
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