Ethernet over Copper

  • Overview
  • Benefits
  • FAQ

Overview

 

Maximum Connectivity, Maximum Value

As office settings change to accommodate remote workers and multiple locations, the ability to share information becomes even more critical. Netwood's Ethernet over Copper (EoC) - with symmetrical bandwidths up to 45 Mbps - delivers more bandwidth than traditional T1 and Bonded T1 services, at a much lower cost. The handoff to the equipment is a regular RJ-45 jack (Ethernet) which makes the configuration much simpler.

Ethernet over Copper is an increasingly common service solution for customers with high bandwidth needs. Just like DSL, the cable pairs are used to provide a dedicated internet connection in incremental speeds. Unlike bonded T-1, additional bandwidth is available almost on demand and is delivered with a simple Ethernet connection. Availability of Ethernet over Copper is distance sensitive (dictated by actual cable feet of distance from the carrier's Central Office) and your facility. Our loop pre-qualification will determine which services are available. We will work with you to find which solution best meets your business needs.

More bandwidth at a lower cost

For maximum connectivity at a minimum cost, there's no greater value than Netwood's Ethernet over Copper. Choose the bandwidth—2 Mbps up to 45 Mbps—that best fits your business’ needs.

If you need reliable, fast uploads and download speeds, Ethernet over Copper is the broadband of your choice.

It uses the same loop technology as T1 bonding, is symmetrical, and is extremely reliable—with 99.99% SLA guarantees. Ethernet over Copper is a perfect solution, especially for customers that are located in dense metropolitan areas. Where available, Ethernet is definitely the best value in Internet access.

Benefits

 

The best value for Internet access.

To meet the needs of today's businesses', Ethernet over Copper provides symetrical (the same upload and download speed) speeds from 2 Mbps to 45 Mbps, is easy to install, and is backed by robust service level agreements.

More bandwidth at a lower cost.
For maximum connectivity at a minimum cost, there's no greater value than Ethernet over Copper. Choose the bandwidth that best fits your business—up to 45 Mbps.

Benefits Service  Advantages
Easy to install.
Easy to manage.
Ethernet over Copper is exactly what technology should be: easy to install and easy to manage. Copper loop bonding technology uses your existing infrastructure and requires only a single piece of hardware.
99.99% reliable. Ethernet over Copper provides top speeds over a single, reliable connection—even when you're uploading large files—and it comes with a 99.99% uptime guarantee.
More bandwidth at an affordable cost. Pay less per megabit than with a comparable T1 or Bonded T1. Get speeds up to 45x45 Mbps.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

  • What is Ethernet over Copper?
    Ethernet over Copper is a cost-effective solution for connecting your business to the Internet and extending your Local and Wide Area Network. This solution uses a reliable copper loop bonding technology to deliver a single symmetrical connection—with upload and download speeds of up to 45 Mbps. Ethernet over Copper is easy to install and manage because it uses existing infrastructure.
  • Will the bandwidth fluctuate depending on upload or download?
    No, this product offers a symmetrical bandwidth with speeds of up to 45 Mbps.
  • How is the installation handled?
    Installation for Ethernet over Copper is very similar to installing a T1 connection. Netwood coordinates the entire installation and then hands off a finished circuit.
  • How is Ethernet over Copper different from Bonded T1 technology?
    Ethernet over Copper is different from Bonded T1 in two ways. First, Ethernet is delivered on a standard 10/100 Ethernet interface compatible with any Ethernet device. Second, Ethernet over Copper is scalable up to 45 Mbps.
  • How does Ethernet over Copper cost compare to a T1?
    Ethernet over Copper is one of the most cost-effective ways to deliver access. When available, Ethernet over Copper provides greater bandwidth than T1 or Bonded T1 at a lower cost per Mbps than T1 and Bonded T1.
  • Where is Ethernet over Copper available?
    Ethernet over Copper is available in over 40 major metropolitan markets including: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New Jersey/New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington D.C.