Ethernet Over Copper

Big Internet with a Small Cost

If your company is growing quickly and utilizing a T1 for your Internet access, you may be experiencing some lag time with your internet connection. If this sounds familiar, it may be time to evaluate upgrading your connection to EoC.

Ethernet over Copper (EoC) is an Internet connection with speeds from 1M – 20M. It is deployed over five plain old telephone service (POTS) lines and handed off to the customer with an Ethernet cable. The speed available depends on the location of the business, the condition of the copper wires and the distance from the nearest Central Office (CO).

What’s in it for you?

Keep it cost efficient. Because it’s deployed over a POTS line, EoC is substantially lower in cost than any other dedicated Internet connection.

Lessen downtime. 7 POTS lines are typically deployed, even though the service only requires 5 POTS lines, allowing a couple lines for failover.

Experience speed and consistency. The bandwidth is dedicated to your business and is not shared with neighboring customers of your provider. This ensures outstanding and steady performance levels.

Available Features with Select Providers:

  • Managed router
  • Online bandwidth utilization reporting
  • Automatic Failover to DSL, 4G, etc.