What is Ethernet Point-to-Point?
Ethernet Point-to-Point allows you to extend your business network across two locations using a secure, fast and reliable data transfer. Our point-to-point leased line solution is ideal if you want multiple offices to have access to centralised resources and allows your employees’ access to flexible VPNs.
Our dedicated, full-fibre internet connection between your sites ensures all your data stays secure and reliable, no matter where your office locations are.
Benefits of Ethernet Point-to-Point
- Up to 10 Gbps symmetrical upload and download speeds
- High availability, low latency private circuits
- Available with both copper or fibre Ethernet solutions
- Robust Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
- 24/7/365 UK based technical support and customer services
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Why choose Daisy?
Residential traffic won’t impact your connection as, unlike most Ethernet providers, we only work with UK businesses. Your point-to-point network traffic won’t slow during peak times as it’ll be managed and transported in the most efficient way.
We use major suppliers such as TalkTalk, Virgin and BT to aggregate the best business Ethernet point-to-point services. As an independent provider, combine this with our unique commercial agreements and we’ll get you the most competitive prices in the marketplace.
If you’re looking to connect two sites in different locations to central resources, we offer secure point-to-point connectivity solutions. Or if you want scalable dedicated internet access, we have a variety of highly-secure Ethernet services offering symmetrical speeds from 2Mbps up to 10Gbps.
All of our point-to-point leased line services are dedicated ensuring you get guaranteed symmetrical speeds – uploading is as fast as downloading. Plus, they come with service availability up to 99.93% and are backed by robust SLAs to ensure in the unlikely event of a fault, you’re back up and running quickly.
With our point-to-point connectivity services, your connected sites will be safe and secure thanks to our distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection which comes as standard. Everyday cyberattacks increase in frequency but, with our 24/7/365 monitoring, you’ll be able to focus on running your business while we keep you protected.
Our own core network has been operating for more than 25 years to ensure our customers receive quality Ethernet point-to-point services. Our commitment to our customers and the service provided by our friendly, UK-based, 24/7 fault team is evident by our 4.6 score on Trustpilot.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Use our Live Chat or call us and we’ll get you back online as soon as possible. Our dedicated, friendly UK-based customer service teams will be on hand to help you.
If you call us or fill in our enquiry form, we’ll talk you through the process as each site is different. One of our engineers will visit you at a time to suit you and install Ethernet Point-to-Point into your premises.
Ethernet Point-to-Point uses a full fibre secure connection to connect two, or more, locations. It’s a dedicated connection and enables both your sites to access centralised resources.
As it’s a full fibre Ethernet connection, Ethernet Point-to-Point can give speeds of up to 10Mbps but you might get 1Gbps.
Everything! You’ll get all the power of a full fibre Ethernet connection but you’ll have it across all your locations. It also gives your employees ability to access centralised resources and VPNs.
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