Businesses are more dependent on networking technology and interconnectivity today than ever before—now requiring a fiber-based infrastructure to meet their data and communications networking needs. To remain competitive in attracting and retaining successful businesses and longstanding tenants, commercial property owners must invest in a fiber infrastructure.
“We were looking for ways to recruit businesses,” says Joshua Rosen, partner, Sustainable Community Associates. Rosen also is property manager of Fairmont Creamery, a renovated, mixed-use development situated on the border of Tremont and Ohio City. “Being able to talk about Everstream’s services, bringing fiber into the building, and having a high-speed option that is local—those are all amazing assets in recruiting businesses to come here.”
Fiber is stronger than copper and, essentially, is light over glass. This makes it impervious to electromagnetic and radio frequency interference as well as inclement weather conditions that can damage or stall data transmission via copper cabling, which typically has been in place for decades or even a century.
At Everstream, we are the Business Fiber Network®. We are a super-regional fiber service provider that focuses on delivering best-in-class network solutions to businesses while providing an unrivaled commitment to customer service.
“When you work with Everstream, you get real people talking to you—providing customer service,” notes Rosen. “That sets Everstream apart.”
Everstream has the expertise necessary to deliver a long-term, cost-effective fiber solution for a business’ ever-changing needs—offering the flexibility to customize your network and reconfigure or upgrade services as market demands change.
In the end, fiber now is the backbone upon which your business’ infrastructure should be built; Everstream is the partner you should trust to deliver it. Let us prove why Everstream is the Business Fiber Network.
Proving once again that change is the only constant, businesses today are relying on their network connections more than ever before—emphasizing why fiber now is the standard for business.
• Speed: Fiber-based networks are more robust than traditional broadband networks.
• Latency: Just 150 milliseconds of latency—a delay of less than 2 tenths of second—can result in poor network performance. Fiber eliminates many of the latency issues users experience with a copper cable infrastructure.
• Reliability: Because fiber strands are made of plastic or glass instead of metal, a fiber network offers increased reliability, a reduced chance of interference or deterioration, and the ability to transfer more data—making fiber the optimal choice.
• Symmetrical: Because fiber is symmetrical in nature, it provides users the same bandwidth for both downloading and uploading—eliminating the inconsistencies that come with the competition.
• Scalable: Fiber is a scalable option—meaning it can grow with you, increasing in capacity as needed to accommodate multiple users or a spike in demand.
Everstream is a super-regional network service provider bringing fiber-based Ethernet, internet and data center solutions to businesses throughout the Midwest. The company focuses on delivering best-in-class network solutions while providing an unrivaled commitment to customer service.
With more than 10,000 route miles of fiber across five states and comprehensive data center connectivity at 100 Gigabit speed, Everstream provides the fastest network in its service areas. Everstream’s network allows businesses to operate a converged IP network capable of delivering robust voice, video and data services at speeds from 10 Mbps to 100 Gbps.
• 100% built, owned and operated network
• 10,000-plus miles of fiber throughout the Midwest
• 5 states served: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
• 100 Gigabits of dedicated Ethernet bandwidth
• 24/7/365 Network Operations Centers in Cleveland, Ohio, and Lansing, Michigan
• Dedicated Internet Access
• Virtual Dedicated Internet Access
• Dedicated Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing
• Managed Wave
• Dark Fiber
• Data Center/Colocation