Internet service provider Spitfire has launched a new broadband package for customers requiring high-bandwidth, reliable connections.
The broadband supplier's PureStream Synchronous Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) service provides customers with a 2Mb uncontended, local-loop-unbundled connection and a backup circuit to ensure the highest possible levels of resilience.
Unlike ADSL services, SDSL provides broadband customers with the same amount of bandwidth for both downstream and upstream traffic.
This means that SDSL broadband users have the ability to upload at 2Mb, which is four times faster than the standard speed of ADSL Max (448Kb).
Tom Fellowes, Director of Sales at Spitfire, said: "Businesses are now waking up to the fact that their broadband connection is a mission critical part of their operations and network redundancy is now essential and not a luxury.
"PureStream SDSL provides this at a fraction of the cost of a dedicated leased line, providing effective business communications and peace of mind!"
Last month, Spitfire confirmed that it will be taking part in BT Wholesale's first consumer trials for its Very High-Speed DSL 2 broadband technology, which is capable of delivering speeds of up to 40Mb for downloads and 5Mb for uploads.