No matter how many sites your organisation is located over, where they are or what your operational needs, Trinsic designs and delivers the right connectivity solution.
Whether you are a single office SME, or an Enterprise organisation with offices satellites and depots distributed globally, we take on the challenges of your office internet connectivity and pinpoint optimum technical solutions, combined with pricing and commercial arrangements geared to your precise requirements. With our thoughtful consultative approach to business challenges, we’re an ideal partner with whom to review your connectivity arrangements in light of advances in both technologies and business needs, to ensure sustainable contracts capable of contributing to and supporting growth.
the edge on office connectivity
We design and configure connectivity to support your precise business needs and arrange and then optimise contracts to ensure you of the best possible deals.
key office connectivity tools and choices
Your optimum Office Connectivity will be influenced by many factors. Trinsic analyses use data, reviews performance and onboards all changing needs and plans for evolution to establish connectivity arrangements capable of supporting operations and growth.
Using BT’s fibre and copper network, Business ADSL is a viable option for smaller businesses, remotely located businesses, or businesses whose data needs are modest. Download speeds of 22mbps can be achieved.
A fibre Direct Internet Connection (DIA) will deliver high grade data centre and cloud application performance with guaranteed bandwidth, synchronous up and download speeds, and better throughput, amongst other benefits.
An ideal technology for multi-site organisations. MPLS connects each site to the others, creating a unified private network which connects to the internet as a single entity.
"Our connectivity is outstanding. The commercial engagement terms are realistic and well managed"
The primary risk to service comes from the possibility of a failure in connectivity which can only be rectified by the provider under the terms of their SLA.
A backup connection (e.g. a line from a second provider entering your building via a different route) offers the best reduction in risk of losing connectivity.
Connectivity failure on the part of your provider must be rectified by them under your SLA. However, if a backup connection is in place this can switch in automatically to maintain your connection. If your router or firewall fails, either we, or your IT department (depending on contract) will restore service as fast as possible.