Davnet is rolling out its next generation of broadband High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL) services targeted at businesses requiring instantaneous transmission of Internet, data, voice and video.
The international broadband solution provider's new HDSL service will allow the aggregation of Internet, data, voice and video services over its single socket connection.
Davnet claims it will supply, install, manage and maintain all aspects of the broadband HDSL service, thereby reducing the customer's commitment to additional internal IT resources and support.
Jason Ashton, CEO of Davnet Telecommunications, said uptake will be driven by a business' need for faster services, lower telecommunications costs and reduced infrastructure support costs.
"The challenge, as always, is to help our customers achieve even greater competitive advantage. We expect this new service will meet their ever-increasing demand for faster and more reliable broadband data services, [thereby] allowing the Internet to function as it was designed," said Ashton.
"The HDSL service is most suitable for business use as it allows customers to broadcast content over the Internet at the same high speed at which they can download content. We provide significant cost and infrastructure savings, this is a smart business decision."
The next generation HDSL service delivers a higher speed scalable and symmetric broadband service ranging from 2Mbps up to 9.2Mbps. According to Ashton, it gives the customer access to high-speed Internet and low-cost virtual private network (VPN) services to connect to dispersed offices or business partners.