Leased Line

Leased Line Bandwidth – The Speeds Available and How They’re Delivered

Leased lines offer fixed bandwidth connections between two sites. What bandwidths can you choose? 2Mbit/s to 10Gbit/s, typically.

Here's how each of those speeds are delivered:

10Gbit/s and 1Gbit/s of leased line bandwidth

Your Leased Line Circuit Options: Speeds, Technologies and Topologies

Leased line circuits provide you with a dedicated symmetric connection between two locations.

They are ideal for linking an office to the Internet, or to your company's corporate WAN.

Leased line circuits come in a number of different sizes. 2Mbit/s, 10Mbit/s and 100Mbit/s are common choices, though it is possible to get 1Gbit/s and 10Gbit/s connections as well.

Most leased line circuits use fibre-optic cables to transmit your data. These connections are the most reliable, and offer the highest speeds.

Leased Line Definition – What it is… in Plain English!

Here's my leased line definition: A leased line is a point-to-point symmetric dedicated data connection.

Point-to-point means that it connects two points (i.e. locations) together.

Symmetric means that you can send and receive data at the same high speeds.

Dedicated means that the connection is just for your use. You don't have to share the bandwidth with anyone. The same bandwidth is available at all times, even at peak times when lots of other customers of your ISP are using their connections to the full.

Leased Line Services – Great Connectivity For Your Business

Leased line services can provide your business with a fast, point-to-point, dedicated, symmetric, fixed bandwidth connection.

You can use them to connect your office to the Internet, or to link your offices to each other.

Leased line services come in a wide range of speeds, from a relatively slow 2Mbit/s up to blazingly fast 10Gbit/s.

Leaseline Buyer’s Guide

A leaseline is a symmetric dedicated data connection between two points.

What is a Leasedline Used For?

Businesses often use a leaseline to connect their offices to the Internet.

Organisations with several offices may use leaselines to link their offices together, so they can transfer data between each other, and share a central pool of servers, SANs and other IT infrastructure.

What is a Leased Line? An Expert Explains…

A leased line is a fixed-bandwidth connection between two locations that is reserved exclusively for the use of one organisation. It's symmetric connection, so is able to send send data as quickly as it can receive it.

Leased Line Quote Secrets – How Prices Are Determined, and How to Get a Great Price Fast

There are several factors that greatly affect the price of your leased line quote. These include the location, the connection speed, whether Internet access is required, the contract length, and the level of competition in your area.

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