Connectivity and Failover Lines

From Fast to Ultrafast
For Schools and MATs Of All Sizes

The right internet connection for you

Through our great partnerships with the leading communication wholesale companies, we always provide schools, Multi Academy Trusts and Local Authorities with the best possible connection speeds at the best possible price. From fast to ultra-fast, whether you have individual schools, groups of large secondary schools or a complex network of Multi Academy Trusts, we have the right internet connection for you.

A choice of connectivity options, such as the latest FTTP and, can provide up to 1Gbps, meeting the hungriest of bandwidth requirements. By keeping a close eye on your bandwidth usage, we will always ensure you have plenty of broadband capacity. We’ll also make sure you don’t pay for excessive bandwidth that’s not required.

As the internet is now an essential service in all schools, measures are required to mitigate against a single point of failure. As recommended by the DfE’s broadband standards for schools, automatic failover to an additional backup connection service is now required to provide internet continuity if needed.

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    Packages for every school size and budget

    Suitable for:

    Max. Download Speed

    Max. Upload Speed

    Option to add-on security & filtering

    Access to our UK-based Network Operations Centre

    Standard (ADSL)

    50-200 pupils

    24 Mbps

    1.3 Mbps

    Superfast  Fibre (FTTC)

    50-400 pupils

    80 Mbps

    20 Mbps

    Superfast Fibre (EoFTTC)

    200-400 pupils

    80 Mbps

    20 Mbps

    Ultrafast (FTTP G.Fast)

    200-400+ pupils

    1 Gbps

    220 Mbps

    Dedicated Leased Line (Private Fibre Line)

    400+ pupils

    10 Gbps

    10 Gbps

    Trusted by over 2,000 customers

    “From a security perspective, the single most impressive feature of the Schools Broadband hosted firewall service, is the amount of control we have of it on site… we have almost as much control as if we owned the firewall on-site. If we had to ring support every time we wanted a policy change, it would be a non-starter.”

    David Ryder, IT Director

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