VAMBOA – TTG Joins Veteran and Military business owners association

Triva Tech Group is pleased to announce that we have joined the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association.

VAMBOA, a non-profit trade association, provides for the development, growth and prosperity of Veteran Business Owners, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB) and Military Business Owners of all sizes. VAMBOA’s future expansion includes establishing regional chapters throughout the country.

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING.

cropped-trivatech-smaller2.jpg“Fiber optic communication is one of the latest technologies for transmitting information from one place to another. The introduction of fiber optic communication has revolutionized the telecommunications industry, transforming into the fiber optic broadband Internet service we know today. Unlike traditional transmission methods that send signals through metallic-based systems, fiber optics are not electrical in nature. The transmission device generates a light signal, which the fiber cable carries to a receiver. The fiber optic thread is not an active source that generates electricity.

 

Unlike cable broadband and digital subscriber line (DSL) service, a fiber optic connection won’t degrade over distance, allowing for consistent premium data transfer speeds. However, fiber optic connections also come with some limitations. Their high performance is pricey, so range is limited by the effective cost of such service. Here we’ll take a broader look at the advantages and disadvantages of fiber optic communication networks.

 

Advantages of Fiber Optics

 

1) Quality of Connection: Fiber optics are highly resistant to electromagnetic interference and have a low rate of bit error. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a disturbance caused by electromagnetic radiation from an external source. This disturbance can interrupt or degrade the performance of a conventional metallic cable connection and can be caused by an object that carries electrical currents, such as power lines or even the sun. Fiber optics are also resistant to corrosion, making them a good option for beachfront properties where copper cabling would otherwise be susceptible to degradation by salt and seawater.

 

2) Scalability: Fiber optics are much more scalable in nature as new equipment can be added easily and laid over the original fiber. Wavelengths can be turned on or off on demand, which allows for the easy provisioning of services and quick scaling for a growing business. Optical fibers are also much smaller in size and lighter weight than copper wiring. These fibers can typically be put in place in preparation for growth needs up to 15 to 20 years in the future. Although growth is often speculative, spare fibers can be included for future requirements to accommodate growth. Alternatively, additional cables can be put in place at a later time to make way for network expansion.

 

3) High Security: Security is a major concern for today’s businesses. With fiber optics, the data passed through the network is incredibly secure. Fiber optics do not radiate signals, so there is no way to listen in on the transmissions passing through. Furthermore, breaches are easy to identify as soon as they occur as any physical break in the system will cause a total system failure. Instead of having hardware situated in multiple locations, fiber optic networks also allow you to keep all of the hardware in one location for easier regulation and maintenance.

 

4) Long-Term Cost-Effectiveness: Over the long term, fiber optic networks do not require the same overhead as copper networks, and as copper’s value on the scrap market grows, theft can also be a major concern for conventional copper wiring. Although the upfront costs for a fiber optic network are higher because of the skills necessary for proper installation, the long-term scalability outweighs the initial investment. As the popularity of fiber optics grows, we are likely to see a decrease in cost over time.”

Visit our website www.trivatechgroup.com or call 888-352-6563 to speak with our fiber experts.

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING.

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“MetroWAVE is a dedicated, symmetrical Internet service delivered using the most advanced microwave solutions in the business. We take pride in delivering high capacity circuits that install faster and cost less than the incumbent data and copper based telecommunications products available in the marketplace today.

Static IP Assignment

Monitored by NOC 24/7

Router Included

Layer 2 P2P and MPLS

Instantly Scalable Options

Remote and On-Site Support

4 Hour Max Response Time

Nationwide LTE Capable

Ethernet 100/1000/10000

Fiber 100/1000/10000

SIP and Voice Reliability

MultiWAN Options

Each Metro Wireless connection is graphed on our enterprise grade monitoring platform so that we can help identify bandwidth usage and other useful stats.

Get the high-capacity Ethernet Service you need to power your LANs and WANs in one cohesive solution supported by 24/7 network monitoring and management. Enhance any of our Internet services with this fully managed solution providing dependable connectivity integrated with holistic network security. Choose from Internet speeds easily scalable from 5 Mbps up to 10 Gbps. We can implement and maintain the entire system so you can help reduce capital expenditure and alleviate IT staff’s burden of day-to-day system management.”

Visit www.trivatechgroup.com or call us anytime at 888-352-6563 for more product and service expertise.

Trivatech Group. TTG

 

 

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING. LAST MILE FIBER.

 
Metro Wireless offers last mile fiber services for businesses throughout Michigan. These services start at 10Mbps and go all the way to 10Gbps. Contact us today for more information at 888-352-6563 or visit our website www.trivatechgroup.com 

                                    

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Michigan Fiber at Remarkable Pricing!!

$799 100 MBPS  $1499 1G

24 month contract minimum. Subject to final approval from MWI management and pending a sitewalk. We reserve all rights to modify, change or deny all claims that we feel are not valid. 

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING.

“We engineer our solutions to be the fastest and most reliable WIFI.

Cloud Based Managed Services

World class onsite and remote technical services make enterprise WIFI more affordable and easier to use

WIFI Engineering Services

All WIFI is not created equal! Get the highest performance with our Engineering solutions.

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Large Scale Solutions

We can help Enterprise, Campus, Healthcare, Military, Municipal and other high demand users get the most for their money.”

Trivatech Group and MetroLte ARE your HIGH SPEED solution.

Contact us at,

888-3522-6563.

Or visit our website at www.trivatechgroup.com and request a quote.

Have a great day,

Trivatech Group.

 

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE. FIBER, SAFER THAN CONVENTIONAL MATERIALS.

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“The use of electrical signals have slowly become obsolete, with the proliferation of fiber optic cabling. This new technology has been able to send data via pulses of light. Such data are kept within the optical fiber core through the total internal reflection phenomenon. This is capable of providing virtually fast Internet speeds. In order to know more about this new technology, it might help to know some pros and cons first. Here are some of them.

List of Pros of Fiber Optic Cable

1. Capacity of Bandwidth.
The pulses of light being produced by fiber optic technology are used to transmit data via the filaments of plastic or silica. On the other hand, copper cables have been used in order to transmit electricity-based signals. The difference in data transmission is very obvious, as the copper wires can transmit 50Mbps (megabits per second) while the fastest recorded transmission via fiber optic cables has so far reached 1.05Pbps (petabits per second) in which 1 petabit is equal to 1,073,741,824 megabits. This is like sending 5,000 HD videos in a single second.

2. Reliability of Signal.
Fiber optic technology can allow the transfer of data covering longer distances than other forms of communication. On this end, copper cables are able to send data for DSL of up to 5km before it will require regeneration, while fiber optics spans about 200km. For this reason, it won’t be susceptible to attenuation of signals that are caused by electromagnetic interferences. As a result, it will bring about lower error rates.

3. Safer to Use Than Conventional Materials.
This new technology offers circuits to be electrically isolated, making it safer to use in unsecure environments. Thus, it can be used safely even in explosive environments as fiber optic technology doesn’t carry any current.

4. Lighter and Thinner Cables.
In comparison to regular copper cables, fiber optic cables are 5x smaller and 20x lighter. As a matter of fact, the center of the fiber optic cable measures only about 10-15 micrometers, which is about a fifth the thickness of the regular human hair.”

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888-352-6563

 

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING. TIME TO DIVERSIFY!

Diversify your office network uplink for cloud services, vpn access, teleconferencing or any other mission critical business function.

MetroFIBER is a dedicated symmetrical Internet service delivered using the most advanced fiber optic data solutions in the business. We take pride in delivering high capacity circuits that install faster and cost less than the incumbent data and copper based telecommunications products available in the marketplace today.

Static IP Assignment Monitored by NOC 24/7

Router Included

Layer 2 P2P and MPLS Capable

Instantly Scalable Options

Remote and Onsite Support 4 hr max Response Time

Nationwide LTE Capable

Ethernet 100/1000/10000

Fiber 100/1000/10000 MultiWAN Options

SIP and Voice Reliability

Get the high-capacity Ethernet Service you need to power your LANs and WANs in one cohesive solution supported by 24/7 network monitoring and management. Enhance any of our Internet services with this fully managed solution providing reliable connectivity integrated with holistic network security. Choose from Internet speeds easily scalable from 5 Mbps up to 10 Gbps. We will implement and maintain the entire system so you can help reduce capital expenditure and alleviate IT staff’s burden of day-to-day system management.”

Visit www.trivatechgroup.com or call us at 888-352-6563 to find out what other exciting benefits Metro fiber has to offer.

Trivatech Group. TTG