Difference between Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint connections and how this affects your business.
A Point-to-Point configuration is a dedicated link between two devices, namely the device at the client or premises end (antenna) and the “high-site” or tower end. In this type of setup, the link capacity is reserved for these devices only which ultimately results in higher bandwidth throughput and lower latency. We recommend this type of configuration for businesses that require a higher-than-average speed connection and reliable VoIP systems.
A Point-to-Multipoint or “sectorised” configuration is a link between a client device and a high-site device which is known as a "sector". The sector acts as a single point of communication connecting multiple clients. We can still provide high-speed connectivity through a sectorised connection compared to our competitors.