Are you looking for a high speed, reliable Internet connection for your business? Are you tired of slowdowns and disconnects disrupting your employee’s workday? Are you determined to keep Internet service costs low without sacrificing performance?
At Fastblue we work with a variety of IT service providers to supply our clients with options when it comes to their Internet connectivity. What works for one business may not be idea for another. So if you answered yes to any of the questions above we would love to talk to you about the options that you have as far as services and providers. Also, in this article specifically, we would like to offer a brief introduction to one easy to use option that may just address all of you concerns. This is Fiber Optic Connectivity.
You may be familiar with standard copper connectivity that is traditionally used to provide homes and businesses with phone lines and Internet connections. These copper wires transmit data via analog signals with the use of traditional modems. This data can be transmitted at a peak speed of 30,000 bits each second. But, in reality, data that goes out over copper wiring as an analog signal is eventually converted to a digital signal by the phone company. This is due to the fact that the phone company transmits almost all data as digital traffic rather than analog traffic. The digital traffic travels at a rate of 192,000 bits each second (clearly much faster than analog traffic).
If you chose to outfit your business with fiber optic cables and switch over to fiber optic connectivity you will be able to forgo the early analog signal stage. This means you will not only be able to transmit almost 60 times more data, but you will also transmit the data fast. If you are running a busy office space, or if your office is growing rapidly, you may want to consider Fiber Optic Connectivity. The most common method of bringing Fiber Optic Connectivity to an office space is through T1 lines. These T1 lines are reliable and, most importantly, scalable. With our help you can determine just the amount of bandwidth your specific business needs and purchase only that amount. As your business grows, you will easily be able to bond your line and add more bandwidth.
At Fastblue we know that making IT decisions for your business can be confusing and difficult. For that reason we have a staff of highly skilled customer service representatives and technicians standing by to answer any questions you may have.
Please contact us to find out more about Fiber Optic Connectivity and to decide if this is the right choice for you.
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