TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE. DOES THE BENEFIT OF FIBER OUTWEIGH THE COST?

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“A fiber internet connection can deliver many benefits. If you are currently using a broadband connection, you need to know if the benefits of a fiber-optic connection will outweigh the cost of installation and subscription. Fiber technology offers reliability, security and speed that cable cannot provide. Here are a few of the major reasons why you should consider connecting through fiber.

Fiber offers connection speeds that the best copper cable connection cannot match. The actual speed of the fiber connection is determined by the electronics and laser technology used and this can be upgraded to continually increase the speed. For now the speed on fiber ranges from 5 Mb/s to 100 Gb/s. This means that during peak times with high demand on bandwidth, you will not notice any major drop in speed. This is particularly important if you are using your internet connection to telecommute or work in a home office.

With the ever increasing number of mobile devices and apps that depend on the cloud for data storage, having a fast and reliable internet connection is now a must for all users at home and at work. Most home internet users now use the cloud to access documents and to collaborate with co-workers and friends on personal and official projects. The high speed of fiber internet will make access to data and apps stored in the cloud easier and faster.

Optical fiber is much stronger and resilient than copper, so it offers higher reliability. Fiber optic internet access is not affected by bad weather conditions or interference from high voltage power installations. Unlike copper cables, fiber-optic wires maintain data transmission at high speed for a very long distance. So if you need a reliable connection for streaming of high definition video, online gaming, or a connection that can carry telephone, VOIP and internet TV with unlimited internet plans, you should opt for a fiber-optic connection.

A fiber optic connection offers superior security. Information hackers and thieves can now gain access to sensitive data by cable tapping using a copper wire. But the only method to disrupt a fiber optic connection is to cut the fibers and this will cut off the signal completely. Thus, you can increase the security of your internet connection and protect yourself and your family from cyber criminals. Since we now use the internet for important financial transactions like mobile banking, online shopping and payment of bills and loans, it is very important to use a very secure connection at home.

Although a high speed fiber installation and subscription is a bit more expensive than the copper cable alternative, it offers greater cost savings in the long term. With a single fiber-optic internet connection in your home, you can connect several devices including smart appliances, TVs, tablets, laptops, smartphones, and any other internet aware gadgets without any reduction in speed and performance. This will also save you money because you will be able to do away with the more expensive cable TV subscription and stream HD video content.

The benefits of fiber connectivity are far greater than the initial investment required to install it. So if you are ready to enjoy super fast connection to a world of unlimited possibilities online, you should subscribe for fiber internet service.”

Visit our website www.trivatechgroup.com or call 888-352-6563 to request a fiber quote or to find out what fiber can do for your organization.

Trivatech Group. TTG

 

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING. FIBER CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.

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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“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.

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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.

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING. METRO 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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“We engineer our solutions to be the fastest and most reliable WIFI.

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

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

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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.

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TRIVATECH GROUP. TELECOM, DATA, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE CONSULTING. WHAT TTG DOES..

We provide business with an unbiased, single point of contact for all of their Cloud and Telecommunications needs.

With my engineering background and translative nature we will cut through all the “buzz words” and techno jargon to help you realize what will make your company more money. Bottom line return is imperative.

Cloud Computing and IP services are no mystery when we are on your side. Redundant fiber delivery and Ethernet are readily available. Dark and lit fiber locating is our core competency to aid with migrating to VOIP, Disaster Recovery and offsite backup.

Let’s discuss your options with  services including but not limited to..

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

“Fiber-optic connectivity can lend a great advantage to companies of all sizes, particularly organizations who use the cloud for apps or data storage. Fiber coupled with voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephony is a powerful combination for business communications. In this blog, you’ll learn 11 major ways your company can benefit from fiber connectivity.

1. Speed

Fiber-optic Internet is many times faster than even the highest-speed copper Internet connections, with options available that range from 5 Mbps to 100 Gbps. During periods of high demand for Internet access, your business should not notice the Internet slowing down.

Research by Sandisk indicates that slow Internet connections cost employees “one week per year of productivity.” While the time your teams spend waiting on slow Internet can seem minor, it adds up significantly over time. Your Internet connectivity should never inhibit productivity. It should be a tool that supports your employees’ desire to work productively.

2. Cloud Access

From customer relationship management (CRM) tools to data storage, the cloud is an important business tool for apps, hosting, and more. 82% of organizations are now using the cloud in some capacity. The speed and bandwidth capabilities of fiber Internet mean faster access to your data and applications stored in the cloud.

Your business can benefit from fewer delays in accessing cloud-hosted information via your software-as-a-service (SaaS) tools and other platforms, which mean your sales and customer service representatives will no longer face delays with communicating with prospects or customers. As businesses move more and more services to the cloud, fiber-optic Internet is becoming critical.

3. Reliability

Fiber Internet connectivity offers significant reliability advantages over copper Internet connectivity, due to the fact that fiber is much stronger than copper. Fiber-optic Internet is not susceptible to inclement weather conditions, which can damage or stall data transmission via copper cabling. Fiber is also resistant to human or electrical interference unless fibers are physically cut.

Unreliable Internet connections can have real costs to business. Any amount of unplanned downtime can bring business communications and productivity to complete stop. If your company requires an Internet connection to make phone calls or access applications, reliability is a necessity.

4. Signal Strength

With traditional broadband Internet using DSL or Ethernet over Copper, the signal degrades as the user moves away from the swtich. The signal strength of fiber-optic Internet does not degrade as quickly over distance. Organizations in relatively large spaces could benefit from better signal strength throughout the facility. This could be particularly true for employees in workspaces that are located a significant distance from the telecommunications room, which may be negatively impacted by distance with broadband Internet.

5. Bandwidth

For businesses with a high need for data transmission, it’s relatively easy to “hit the cap” on your cable Internet bandwidth. While fiber-optic Internet for business is not truly unlimited, the bandwidth availability is significantly higher, and speed does not decrease as high demands are put on the network. The following user activities can place particularly high demands on business bandwidth:

  • SIP trunking
  • Web Conferencing
  • Streaming high definition video (example… training video)
  • File sharing
  • Cloud Applications

Signs of low bandwidth availability can include slow speeds, delays, and pixelated video quality.

If your current Internet connection is not sufficient to support your company’s legitimate bandwidth demands for telephone service via SIP trunking, video conferencing or accessing cloud applications, you could significantly benefit from an upgrade to fiber-optic Internet connectivity.

6. Symmetric Speed

“Symmetric speed” is a term used to refer to equal upload and download times on an Internet connection. With fiber Internet, your employees can benefit from equal upload and download times.

Is symmetric speed necessary? It’s certainly not critical for business operations, but it’s beneficial. TechZine writes that improvements in symmetric speed are improvements that reflect, “how networks are really used.” Today’s employees are more likely to upload video content, files, or make phone calls while downloading content while they work than they were a decade ago. Symmetric speed enables users to accommodate heavy demands on downloads and uploads simultaneously via their data connection.

7. Latency

Latency is a term used to describe delays that occur while processing data over an Internet connection. Fiber-optic Internet eliminates many of the latency issues users experience on cable Internet, particularly when downloading or uploading video or high-definition content. The business benefits of lowering your latency could include:

  • Better voice quality for VoIP users
  • Ability to move more apps to the cloud
  • Downloads and uploads of huge files without disruption
  • Improved collaboration between employees

8. Security

Would-be hackers and information thieves can gain access to business cable Internet with relative ease, due to cable tapping or other relatively simple methodologies. The only way to penetrate fiber-optic Internet is to physically cut the fibers, which will cause the signal to disappear. Fiber-optic Internet is one powerful way to increase your company’s protection against cyber crime.

The average cost of an information security breach is $3.8 million. Companies who leak protected information can face stiff financial penalties and customer defection. While media coverage of high-profile security breaches often focuses on large organizations, companies of all sizes are at significant risk of an attack. While an upgrade to fiber-optic Internet connectivity won’t mitigate all of your organization’s risks, it’s certainly an important means of protection.

9. Resistance to Interference

Copper cable Internet that supports broadband is sensitive to electromagnetic interference, which can be caused by the proximity of heavy machinery. Fiber Internet signals do not degrade or disappear due to electromagnetic interference. If your organization shares a telecommunications room with other businesses, fiber-optic Internet can protect your connectivity from disappearing if other organizations are using equipment that can interfere with your connection in the same space.

10. Cost Savings

Fast Internet is “widely considered” to be a productivity tool for businesses. As mentioned above, eliminating speed issues could result in a week’s worth of productivity increases each year. If your business suffers from unreliable connectivity due to region or weather, you could be losing thousands of dollars each year. Productivity issues that are directly attributed to slow or unreliable cable Internet could disappear with fiber.

Perhaps more importantly, your business will gain flexibility and scalability with fiber-optic Internet connectivity. If your IT team is hoping to move more applications and services to the cloud, a fiber connection can support these initiatives. Software-as-a-service (SaaS), cloud storage, and VoIP are all business services that have enormous potential for cost savings and benefit significantly from fiber connectivity.

11. Support for HD Video

For many companies, teleconferencing and video conferencing are important tools for employee training, marketing, and sales. With a fiber-optic Internet connection, businesses can increase their investment in video conferencing as a business tool without sacrificing available bandwidth. Research indicates that increased investment in video conferencing can save companies thousands of dollars per employee each year or even month, particularly if you’re able to cut out excessive business travel.”

Are you taking advantage of the benefits of Fiber?

Visit www.trivatechgroup.com or call us at 888-352-6563 to find out the features and benefits of Fiber and what it can do for your organization.

Trivatech Group. TTG