Why Fiber?

Is your business among the 93% of organizations currently using cloud services, such as Salesforce or Amazon Web Services?

Has your business switched to Voice over IP phone services?

How much data can your business afford to lose?

The answers to these questions are critical. Decisions about latency, symmetry and replication impact your organization and company-wide productivity as much as speed and bandwidth.

See for yourself why fiber is the right choice.


Proving once again that change is the only constant, businesses today are relying on their data connections more than ever before. This data dependence, if you will, emphasizes why fiber is now the standard for business.

From uploading and downloading large files without disruption to crisper voice quality for VoIP users and even improved collaboration among employees, a fiber network delivers the criteria that businesses demand to compete and thrive within an ever-changing landscape.

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While service providers often talk about speed, latency is the most important element of a business’ data connection.

By its simplest definition, latency is a delay that occurs while processing data over an online connection. A fiber connection eliminates many of the latency issues users experience with a copper cable infrastructure. In terms of reliability, fiber is the optimal choice as well.

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The symmetry, speed and bandwidth of your connection function jointly to deliver an ideal user experience.

Upload speeds are becoming increasingly critical to business operations as more companies implement cloud-based services and applications, which rely on a symmetrical connection. Fiber is symmetrical in nature, more robust than traditional broadband networks and offers a high-capacity bandwidth pipe.

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