Every day we are becoming more and more interconnected. Regionally, nationally, globally – the need for higher capacity, faster transmission rates, increased bandwidth and greater reliability is growing exponentially. Copper infrastructure has been exceeding its limitations for several years now and is at or past the breaking point. Even those with enough foresight to run inter-campus fiber or lease dark fiber are finding they didn’t run enough.
Fiber optic cables can transmit information over many miles versus copper. For example, 1 Gb of data 40 Km or more vs. copper’s 100 meters. That’s 25 miles of error-free info over fiber with virtually no latency. In short, fiber goes the distance.
Higher data requirements (video on demand, internet, VoIP, video conferencing, etc) are maxing out our infrastructure and those industries are only in their infancy. Businesses, Hospitals and Universities who least can afford technological restrictions are having to compromise functionality due to limitations of the aging copper infrastructure.
Fiber optic is innovatively engineered to expand – not only for today’s technology needs but tomorrow’s innovations.