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Business Ethernet services

We deliver high capacity, low latency business Ethernet services across the UK.

Ethernet is currently the most common type of connectivity in the UK because it provides a synchronous, high bandwidth service, making it a great option for many businesses. Our business Ethernet service satisfies all customer bandwidth requirements from 10Mbps up to 10Gbps. Whether you have a Point-to-Point or Point-to-Multipoint (E-Line) requirement, or you need any-to-any VPLS (E-LAN) connectivity, our UK-wide network has been engineered to deliver an efficient, best in class service. More recently we’ve launched our Ethernet over FTTx service. This enables customers to access all the benefits of Ethernet but at a lower price point and more achievable capacities.

Neos Networks has one of the largest business Ethernet networks in the UK, with access to over 550 exchanges and connectivity to 90 commercial data centres. Ethernet from us, will not only mean you’ll be well connected, you will also be safe in the knowledge that our network is designed and built to the highest specification.

With a range of access tail options and our price comparison engine, LIVEQUOTE, to help you generate an appropriate quote, securing Ethernet connectivity has never been simpler. Whether you prefer to phone us, email, or even request a call back to find out more about your business Ethernet options, our team is eager to help.

Neos also offer virtual private network, Ethernet VPN bypasses the public internet and all its inherent security risks. Additionally, take advantage of our P2MP MPLS services which gives you the opportunity to reserve bandwith.

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Our Ethernet service options

P2P & P2MP

Ethernet Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint (E-Line in EPL or EVPL configuration) provide the simplicity of private connections combined with the flexibility and scalability of MPLS technology. We offer a wide range of bandwidth options and access tail types, making our Ethernet services affordable. In addition, these services can be quoted and ordered through our pricing portal, LIVEQUOTE.

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Benefits of our Ethernet service

Flexible capacity up to 100Gbps
Quoting and ordering via LIVEQUOTE
Shadow VLANs available for additional resilience
High availability and low latency core MPLS network
Access tail options including: Openreach (Ethernet Access Direct (EAD) and EAD LA) delivered directly to Neos Networks' 550 unbundled exchanges
The highest availability SLAs, ensuring you benefit from an always-on service

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Whether you are after a point-to-point, point-to-multipoint or VPLS service, we can satisfy all bandwidth requirements from sub 10Mbps to 100Gbps.


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Ethernet FAQs

Take a look at our FAQs for Ethernet

  • What is Ethernet connectivity?


    Simply put, business Ethernet or carrier Ethernet is the most common type of connectivity used today, enabling high-bandwidth connectivity for businesses across the country. It comprises a fibre connection that runs from the network directly to your premise. Before understanding why Ethernet is vital for business bandwidth it's important to know what is Ethernet connectivity.


  • What is Ethernet over FTTx?


    Ethernet over FTTx is a hybrid Ethernet connectivity solution. It enables businesses not yet ready to make the leap to Full Fibre Ethernet to take advantage of its benefits but at more manageable capacities.

    Learn more about our Ethernet over FTTx service and see related content here.

  • What is Ethernet First Mile?


    Ethernet First Mile (EFM) is a popular and affordable way for businesses to get easy, dedicated connectivity that delivers fibre-like connectivity using copper cables already in place and can enable speeds up to 30Mbps – dependent on the length of copper cable needed and how many pairs are used. We provide a breakdown on what Ethernet First Mile is and highlight its top three advantages.

  • MPLS vs SD-WAN


    Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) has been popular for a number of years now and is very good at providing robust and reliable connectivity as well as ensuring critical business information continues to flow, but it’s flexibility has also become a limiting factor. You can learn more about the differences of MPLS vs SD-WAN here.

  • EPL vs EVPL


    Ethernet Private Line (EPL) and Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) are Ethernet services defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) and fall under their Ethernet services category ‘E-Line’.

    Both EPL and EVPL Ethernet provide the simplicity of private connections combined with the flexibility and scalability of MPLS technology across a range of bandwidths, but the main difference for businesses is the configuration they would require.

  • MPLS vs Dark Fibre


    MPLS can offer robust and reliable connectivity, yet Dark Fibre offers a level of network future-proofing that other means of connectivity can’t. MPLS has been around for a while and has several benefits, we discuss the pros and cons of both, MPLS vs Dark Fibre here.


  • Ethernet vs Dark Fibre


    Ethernet for business is where the bandwidth required is leased from a connectivity provider who manages the network where as Dark Fibre is as it sounds and refers to fibre that is unlit and unmanaged but owned or leased wholly by the business purchasing it. We explore the differences between Ethernet vs Dark Fibre here.

  • What’s the importance of a point-to-point network?

    A point-to-point network gives organisations secure and private connections, for transmitting internal or sensitive data. They are particularly useful for businesses operating over multiple sites, who have to integrate networks and communications, including such bandwidth-hungry activities as the increasingly popular video-conferencing. While some organisations can achieve this integration via the public internet, larger companies may face issues with security, privacy and bandwidth, as well as the reliability of the network. 

    A leased line can provide a solution to these issues, but you may find a point-to-point network is more suitable and, possibly, more economical than a leased line. These networks are available in various bandwidth speeds.

    If your company needs a high capacity, private network to do business, the importance of a point-to-point network cannot be overestimated. Choose the right provider and you’ll get a reliable, high-speed connection perfectly suited to your organisation, at speeds from 10Mbps to 10Gbps.

  • What is the benefit of a point-to-point leased line?

    As well as providing a reliable, private connection, a point-to-point network will give your business a whole host of benefits. One of the most important is speed, with point-to-point networks taking your data along the most direct route possible. Allied to this, upload and download speeds are guaranteed and you won't have any concerns about bandwidth because the connection is private and dedicated.

    Common applications for point-to-point networks include file sharing, data backup, point-to-point VOIP and video-conferencing, all of which take advantage of the direct, high capacity nature of these networks. These networks are ideal for a range of everyday business needs, helping your organisation to work more efficiently.

  • What is a point-to-point circuit?

    This type of private data connection links multiple locations. As a closed network data transport service, it doesn’t use the public internet, making it secure enough to not require any data encryption. 

    Another advantage of this type of connection is the high quality of service: private lines always follow the same direct pathway and don’t have any competing connections on the same line. This means they’re completely reliable as well as secure, making them attractive for companies conducting credit card transactions and similarly sensitive operations. They’re also desirable for organisations transmitting large amounts of data, with many providers offering unlimited data usage.

    Point-to-point circuits are available at different speeds and bandwidths. As a result, they’re as flexible as they are reliable.


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