An office hungry for business feeds off connectivity. You could
stick with the telephony and internet services you’re used to -
the ones taking big bites out of your bottom line - and watch
your Pty become severely Ltd. Or you could get what you
deserve: more, faster, better, cheaper, unified connectivity.
Onsite, offsite, outasite. It’s your call.

We’re all about the Unlimited Pty and optimised,
unified access. So if we were you we’d chat to us.
It’s a conversation that will cost you nothing.
Actually, it’ll save you up to 30%.
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Microwave Link

With a 99% availability guarantee, and speeds ranging from 2Mbps all the way to 1Gps, Microwave provides a powerful, fibre-like performance, but with all the advantages of wireless:
Installation takes just 6-8 days from purchase order
Support is available 24/7 and (being wireless) it's usually very quick to resolve issues
New networks can be rapidly configured - such as when you open a new branch opens or when you move premises

As South Africa's premier MEF 2.0 compliant, licensed wireless network, it's ideal as either a primary link, or as a secondary link to ensure absolute redundancy (due to it being a completely different medium to one's primary fibre).

Over the past couple of years, as the benefits of carrier-grade wireless networks become clear, CX Xpress emerged as Comsol's most popular network, providing unbeatable value at a compelling price point.

And as your business scales, you can instantly upgrade to CX Premium - to ensure dedicated quality of service and complete SLAs on the likes of latency, packet loss and jitter.

As Comsol is focused on its role as a dedicated Layer 2 infrastructure provider, our channel partners enjoy peace of mind and assurance that we do not offer end-customer services, creating a vibrant ecosystem for our channel and limitless opportunities for all role-players.

- Scalability: 2Mbps-1Gbps
- Spectrum Licensed: (28GHz)
- Duplex: FDD
- Link symmetry: Symmetric
- Availability: >99%
- Installation time: 6-8 working days from purchase order
- Contract term: 12, 24 or 36 months
- Support: 24/7 Support and NOC (Network Operations Centre)
- Termination: All network links are terminated back to the closest Teraco
The only primary and complementary open access, layer 2 connectivity solution to rival fibre - Comsol Connect (CX) enables businesses to connect single or multiple branches across South Africa to each other, their service provider of choice or any Cloud via a neutral facility from 2 - 100 Mb/s. A range of solutions and QoS options are available to meet the most demanding business needs, coupled with exceptional service guarantees.
Throughout the years, we've amassed a wealth of expertise, building high-capacity wireless infrastructure for various educational institutions. Our team is able to maximise the value you get from your network, delivering:
Lightning-fast speeds
Ultra-low latency
Minimal interference
Tailored SLAs
In fact, our CX Specific network has recorded up to 10Gbps in downlink speeds!
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The latest such technology, 4G LTE (‘Fourth Generation – Long Term Evolution’),provides substantial performance improvements over previous mobile technologies, and offers the promise that connectivity will no longer be a barrier to realising the benefits of enterprise mobility. These improvements in application performance and enterprise mobility can bring a range of benefits
- Increased sales and improved customer service
- Improvements in products and services
- Productivity gains
- Personal and team productivity
- Management effectiveness and innovation
- Process efficiency and effectiveness
- Direct cost reductions
- Improved employee motivation
- Improved flexibility, agility and decisionmaking

-Access to Telkom, MTN, Vodacom, RAIN.
- Static IP address Options available.
LTE will deliver improvements in the performance of many existing applications, and make feasible new applications that depend on reliable highspeed or responsive data transfer. Examples include innovative telemedicine applications remote monitoring, fully-mobile virtual desktops and high-definition mobile videoconferencing. The improved user experience and practicality of LTE will also hasten uptake of those existing applications that already work on mobile devices – but just not very well. Finally, LTE’s high bandwidth can support the rapid set-up of temporary workplaces, as an alternative or backup to fixed broadband connections.
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Fast and Reliable internet.


Fibre uses optical cables to carry data via light, which makes it the fastest internet you can get - up to 50x times faster than the fastest ADSL available in South Africa.

With the improved bandwidth throughput of Fibre you'll have a more stable connection with lower latency. And, because Fibre uses light instead of electrical pulses, it's weather resistant and doesn't degrade over large distances - giving you consistent, fast and dependable experience.

The top benefit of fibre optic Internet is the quality of your connection. Unlike other wired connections, and especially wireless, fibre’s signal barely degrades the further it moves from the source of the connection. For example, copper has a distance limitation that can’t even be addressed adequately with repeaters. At a certain distance, you simply run out of signal.

Additionally, fibre has a significantly higher resistance to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio-frequency interference (RFI), meaning the signal won’t be disturbed by things that carry an electrical signal, like power lines or your building’s physical infrastructure.

Since environmental factors have little effect on fibre, it can reach speeds anywhere from 10 Mbps to 100Gbps. This speed is unmatched by competing technologies.
Another advantage for fibre is its ability to maintain a more secure network. With DDoS attacks on the rise, it’s essential to keep your business safe in any manner possible. The only way to disrupt fibre optic Internet is to cut a cable. If a fibre cable is compromised, the entire system is impacted due to a disrupted signal, allowing you to identify breaches more rapidly and react accordingly. This is as opposed to copper circuits which can be tapped, and data can be intercepted without you knowing it.

Since there are no signals radiated externally from the cable, it also makes it impossible for others to “listen in” on your transmission, further securing your network.
Optical fibres are five times smaller and twenty times lighter than copper wires making them easier to install than other options. They also allow for easy upgrades of equipment since new cables can be laid over the original fibre. This makes it a great solution for growing businesses or those looking for network expansion.

Since fibre’s can be turned on or off as required, businesses can install fibre optic cables in preparation for future growth and route their service until it is required.
While the initial cost may be higher, the overall cost of using fibre optic Internet is lower than other methods.

Fibre cables require less for maintenance costs as they’re resistant to corrosion, making their connection much more reliable. This makes them the leading option in areas where other wires may be exposed to elements and require replacement over time.
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