How a Company Can Benefit from a Fiber Optic Security System

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A fiber optic security system can provide you with clear HD video surveillance.

Companies spend a large portion of their budget on maintaining their security and surveillance systems. But, they may be able to spend less if they opt for a fiber optic security system instead of the traditional copper-based system. So how can fiber optics enhance a security system? Read on to find out what these advanced technologies can bring to company safety. 

An Improved Surveillance System

By using high-speed Internet supported by fiber optic cables, security operators can remotely access and monitor their business security anytime, anywhere. Digital video surveillance systems make it possible to view real-time monitoring inside a facility even when you are not there. A fiber optic security system is advantageous because fiber allows for connections across long distances with low attenuation. This means that your surveillance video is clear and does not suffer from lag. 

Clear Imaging and HD Video

Utilizing fiber optics in your security system also helps your security cameras record clearer video. This means that your security footage is reliable and easy to understand, without requiring enhancements that may still not produce a very clear image. 

Uninterrupted Data Transmission

A fiber optic security system will significantly benefit from fiber optic cables that provide ample bandwidth and accommodate large data transfers. The smooth and fast transfer of data makes sending and receiving critical information an efficient process. Additionally, fiber optic cables are less vulnerable to interference from events like lightning strikes, short-circuiting, and changing weather conditions. 

Protection Against Cybercrime

Anyone who may want to attack your company system or illegally gain access to your Internet typically uses wire-tapping to invade copper-based cabling systems. However, the fiber-optic Internet can only be penetrated by having the fibers physically cut. Because of the resistance to easy hacking, fiber optic cables are considered better for a company’s cybersecurity. 

Integration of Multiple Devices

With a fiber-optic security system, business owners can integrate mobile devices, tablets, cameras, and more into their security systems. This requires more bandwidth but makes remote monitoring easier and more convenient. By using high-speed fiber optics, your security team can monitor your facility and security in real-time while communicating with each other in an instant. 

Get in Touch with FiberPlus

FiberPlus has been providing data communication solutions for over 25 years in the Mid Atlantic Region for a number of different markets. What began as a cable installation company for Local Area Networks has grown into a leading provider of innovative technology solutions improving the way our customers communicate and keeping them secure. Our solutions now include:

  •     Structured Cabling (Fiberoptic, Copper and Coax for inside and outside plant networks)
  •     Electronic Security Systems (Access Control & CCTV Solutions)
  •     Wireless Access Point installations
  •     Public Safety DAS – Emergency Call Stations
  •     Audio/Video Services (Intercoms and Display Monitors)
  •     Support Services
  •     Specialty Systems
  •     Design/Build Services

FiberPlus promises the communities in which we serve that we will continue to expand and evolve as new technology is introduced within the telecommunications industry.

Have any questions? Interested in one of our services? Call FiberPlus today 800-394-3301, email us at, or visit our contact page.  Our offices are located in the Washington, DC metro area, Richmond, VA, and Columbus, OH.  In Pennsylvania, please call Pennsylvania Networks, Inc. at 814-259-3999.

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