What You Can Do With Fiber-Optic High-Speed Internet

fiber-optic high-speed Internet

Learn what you can do with a fiber-optic high-speed Internet connection.

Every day more and more of our work, communication, entertainment, and education takes place online. This activity requires reliable and high-speed Internet connections that can serve numerous users and devices on one network. In addition to the increasingly widespread use of smart devices, Internet access, and the development of 5G technologies, fiber optics are becoming essential. The high-speed Internet they bring to their users will be crucial for online communications’ progress and efficiency. So what exactly does this lightning-fast Internet connection mean for the future of wireless communication? Read on to find out. 

How Do Fiber Optic Connections Work?

The construction of fiber optic cables is what makes them so effective. The cables consist of hair-thin strands of glass bundled together in cables. The strands reflect light particles off of each other as they transmit data. This system allows the signals to travel faster than other connections, even as fast as 800 gigabits per second (GBPS). 

What Can You Do With a Fiber-Optic High-Speed Internet Connection? 

Most data centers at the moment are only producing 100 to 200 GBPS of data at any time. This bandwidth is extremely fast already but can be slightly slower when divided between many users on a network. A speed of 800 GBPS would be a massive jump in high-speed connectivity. 

With that high-speed Internet connection, your network could support advanced cloud computing, machine learning, and even artificial intelligence development. More importantly, it would mean that uploading and downloading files and data could take place over seconds rather than minutes. You could stream 4K video clearly and with no interruptions, and you could make phone calls and video calls that are crystal clear with minimal latency. The way you work, communicate, and entertain yourself online would change significantly. 

Can You Experience Fiber-Optic High-Speed Internet Now?

When you select the right company, a fiber-optic connection is a turn-key wireless solution. This means that upon installation, the system is immediately ready to use. Most fiber-optic systems can be installed in a matter of hours, and you can often have a connection tailored to meet your needs. Fiber-optic high-speed Internet is available throughout the country and is becoming more effective, affordable, and accessible every day. 

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
  • UL2050 Certifications and installations for Secure Spaces

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 info@fiberplusinc.com, 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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