Sunday, 17 Mar 2019 | 3 min read
The difference between Small Business NBN and Enterprise Business NBN
Written by Aaron O'Keeffe, Chief Growth Officer
The definition of a small business or enterprise varies according to who you ask. But when it comes to internet connectivity, organisation size doesn’t always determine organisation need.
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Small business nbn™ usage
Some start-ups or sole traders may only require a business-grade nbn™ plan that covers you for general tasks like emails, web browsing and possibly maintaining a website.
If you employ five or more staff, an nbn™ plan that includes a phone and internet package would normally meet your immediate needs. The business may also want to include unlimited local and national calls, unlimited data usage and internet speeds of up to 100 Mbps.
Enterprise nbn™ usage
Larger enterprises are often entirely dependent on the internet for many or all of its business operations. Large organisations will have vastly different needs use the internet for a variety of reasons, including:
Communication – employees communicate with customers, other employees and other businesses via email, IP phones and video conferencing.
Advertising – businesses maintain websites to brand their companies, connect with consumers and to advertise their products.
Sales – many organisations maintain online catalogues and sell their products using online e commerce facilities.
Public relations – organisations interact with their customer base via social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter in order to maintain brand awareness, troubleshoot problems and obtain valuable marketing information.
So when it comes to choosing an nbn™ plan, large organisations will need to find a service provider who can offer a fully customisable solution; one that can cater for factors like multiple locations, cloud hosted services, IP telephony and compliance requirements calling for redundancy and security solutions.
This is why an enterprise needs to find a service provider who offers Enterprise nbn™; someone who specialises in delivering resilient, super-fast connectivity for large organisations.
Aussie Broadband’s Enterprise internet is carrier-grade, fast internet for organisations who can’t afford to be offline for any length of time. It delivers the speed an enterprise needs to carry out its daily operations, while providing a high level of resiliency in the event of a problem.
Able to supply symmetrical speeds from 1Mbps to 10Gbps, Aussie Broadband’s Enterprise internet can be delivered via multiple connection types including:
Ethernet over fibre
Point-to-point dark fibre
Ethernet over copper
nbn™ TC2 and
Ethernet cross-connect in a data centre.
And thanks to multiple levels of redundancy, Aussie Broadband is able to offer its customers 99.95% guaranteed uptime in writing.
Other Aussie Broadband Enterprise Internet features include;
1:1 contention ratio – every user is guaranteed full connection speed.
Unlimited data – no download quotas or speed shaping to be concerned with.
IPv4 and IPv6 support – both old and new protocols are supported.
BGP routing – allowing for easy management.
Customer access console – for monitoring and configurations.
Core network protection – for higher redundancy on selected services.
Optional hosted firewall – for the ultimate in security, flexibility and scalability.
6 month money back guarantee – provided on services above $1,000 per month.
And because every enterprise is different, with different requirements that change over time, Aussie Broadband’s Enterprise Internet service is fully customisable to your organisation’s needs.
If you have multiple offices around the country, Aussie Broadband can create a fast, reliable network for you, using the latest Cisco networking technology.
If you have old or incompatible phones, Aussie Broadband can provide a fully featured IP phone solution to complement your new data network.
To prevent data loss, which can be catastrophic for a large organisation, Aussie Broadband offers premium data centre colocation for your servers to safeguard your data and equipment.
If your enterprise has locations in remote or regional areas, Aussie Broadband can deliver Enterprise Internet via microwave or fast fibre connections.
If your organisation simply can’t afford to be offline, Aussie Broadband offers a range of failover options including nbn™ (primary) and microwave (secondary), fibre (primary) and nbn™ (secondary) or nbn™ (primary) and ethernet (secondary).
And to protect your sensitive information and to keep your network safe from intruders, Aussie Broadband offers a range of enterprise-grade network security solutions.
To find out more about Aussie Broadband Enterprise Internet and how it can be customised to suit your organisation’s needs, contact Aussie Broadband for a free consultation today.
Chief Growth Officer
Aaron worked as an IT professional for 10 years before shifting into telecommunications sales. He joined Aussie Broadband as a Business Development Manager in 2008, was promoted to National Sales Manager of the Company’s business division i...See all articles
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