The development of fiber optics in business is a priority for telecom players in Canada. Here is an overview of how this technology works and its competitive advantages.
Unmatched navigation comfort
Optical fiber guarantees you the most stable internet access in the world. Fast, it ensures you a maximum and symmetrical throughput in all circumstances with an almost unlimited bandwidth. The user can browse the Net freely, make calls, chat in high-definition video conferencing, all simultaneously and without clutter.
Low packet loss per packet
The optical fiber can carry information over long distances almost without undergoing attenuation of the driven signal. The technology has the advantage of being naturally insensitive to external electrical disturbances, which guarantees a better quality of service, and allows flows always symmetrical.
An affordable price
A fiber optic subscription is not necessarily more expensive than an ADSL offer and provides a much better quality.
Low maintenance cost
The maintenance cost of optical fiber is low compared to other types of wiring. This is a sustainable competitive advantage for the company.
With fiber, employees of the company have the opportunity to connect to many services simultaneously (such as internet service, IP telephony and internet service), maintaining the same speed and a good quality of service.
The profitability of optical fiber is another advantage: the life cycle of the network is 20 years, while the average break-even point varies from two to five years. This technology has a lasting and economic advantage for companies.
Optical fiber is an ideal medium for transmitting information over a network. Reliable and secure, this type of system does not allow, by any means, to listen to or intercept the light signals circulating inside the technology.
A service improvement
The speeds achieved by optical fiber will allow the development of new applications and innovative services, which will differentiate the company from its competitors.
Optical fiber provides an internet connection adapted to the new needs of companies . The latter can use the technology for the following uses:
- High-speed heavy file transmission from 100 Mb / s to 622 Mb / s, and up to over 1 Gb / s.
- The fiber optic connection of sites that centralize IT resources to provide all employees with comfort similar to access to a local computer server.
- IP telephony.
- Videoconferencing, telepresence and telecollaboration.
- Data protection of the company.
- Cloud computing.
- Access to storage volumes tailored to your needs.
- The development of innovative digital services.
- The deployment of unified communication solutions and business applications.