Connectivity Services

Last Mile Site Connec­tivity Services

Connecting to the internet or corporate WAN has never been easier.

Reflex invests heavily in fibre infrastructure to bring the best type of last mile to you.

We can provide flexible, low latency, point to point and point to multipoint connectivity with a multitude of options and price ranges.

What are last mile services?

Last mile is the final leg of a network that delivers connectivity services our clients, generally this would connect the closest Reflex POP to the client’s premises. Last mile can connect to a customer in various mediums:


Reflex Solutions have their own fibre network infrastructure and offer a fibre cable option directly from your premises to us or between branches or sites. And when Reflex Fibre is unavailable, we can still service other areas via our strategic partnerships with third party fibre suppliers.

What is Fibre?

Fibre optic cables can cover any distance, very high-bandwidth and low latency connectivity. They are made up of thin strands of glass that transmit light from point A to point B. At each end of the fibre, a laser is used to generate the light, this device is usually plugged into a network device and is used to convert data into light and light back into data.

We deliver the following benefits to you:

  • Your business receives direct support from us, instead of depending on a third-party supplier as this can cause major frustration
  • There will be minimal downtime you are not relying on multiple switched networks, and the technology is managed by Reflex Solutions.
  • Very low latency (the time it takes for data to be transmitted from point A to point B) has a direct effect on your business’s productivity. One may experience lags and delays when using enterprise collaboration applications. It can be difficult to run remote meetings due to delays in audio and screen time. It may take a long time to receive emails and download files. It takes a long time to download a page on a website. Fibre has the lowest latency and is therefore beneficial to your business’s productivity.
  • Greater data security
  • Accelerated lead times


For small companies or small branch offices that need a permanent connection to the internet and fast download speeds, ADSL is a good solution.

What is ADSL?

ADSL - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line - is a family of technologies that provides a digital connection between your local telephone exchange and an office user's telephone using existing analogue telephone copper cabling to provide an ‘always on’ internet connection for a monthly fee.

The connection is more stable than mobile broadband which allows for better quality and sometimes, depending on your line speed choice, faster internet. One can also use existing infrastructure (the basic telephone network).

However, capacity is limited, meaning it is less than ideal for large businesses. The ‘asymmetric’ in ADSL refers to the fact that the data being received by your computer from the internet travels at a faster speed than data travelling from your computer to the internet meaning that it is faster to download data than upload data. In order to achieve the best speed, one must be close to the telephone exchange. ADSL is affected by physical distances and the quality of the copper, thus uptime cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, Reflex Solutions will only recommend ADSL to small sites that have three or four users or a basic failover solution for data connectivity.

Reflex Solutions offer a wide offer range of wireless solutions

What is microwave wireless?

The transmission of data or information from one place to another wirelessly is referred as wireless communication. This provides an exchange of data without any conductor through radio frequency and radio signals. The information is transmitted across the devices over some meters to hundreds of kilometres through well-defined channels. Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic transmission used in wireless communication systems.

The wavelength of microwave ranges from one meter to one millimetre. The frequency varies from 300 MHz to 300 GHz.

Reflex Solutions provides:

  • Licenced microwave with fibre backhaul, we use this where fibre is not available or as a backup solution to the primary fibre connection
  • Temporary wireless connections while we wait for your fibre to be installed

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