When business success relies on the quality of Internet connectivity, nothing can surpass the benefits of fiber Internet speed when it comes to running cloud applications, supporting remote workers and delivering timely data.
Fiber optic network technology is a significant improvement over cable Internet connections. Fiber Internet speed is based on fiber’s transmission of data via light instead of electricity. Fiber is also capable of handling higher bandwidth, ensuring greater security and reliability, delivering higher-quality transmission over a long distance, and reducing the long-term costs of building and managing high speed Internet connections.
When you want to achieve optimum fiber Internet speed, Spectrum Enterprise offers fiber-rich, dedicated Internet access that can scale from 25 Mbps to 10 Gbps, with symmetrical connectivity that enables upload speeds as fast as downloads.
Spectrum Enterprise is a national provider of scalable, flexible, fiber technology and network solutions that enable America’s largest businesses to gain a competitive edge. Our offerings include gigabit Internet connections with fast fiber speed as well as Managed WiFi and Managed Router services, voice solutions, TV and video solutions, and managed cloud services.
At Spectrum Enterprise, we deliver faster fiber Internet speed through a superior infrastructure that is continually evolving, supported by an industry-leading teams of experts that can help to design right-fit solutions for connectivity needs. Our wholly owned and redundant national fiber network includes thousands of fiber route miles and fiber-lit buildings in 41 states and 32 metro areas. And our scalable services ensure you get the fiber Internet speed you need to meet ever-changing business requirements.
Highly competitive service-level agreements (SLAs) ensure optimal network performance and fiber Internet speed, while a U.S.-based dedicated NOC provides proactive monitoring 24/7 to ensure uptime and availability.
When you choose faster fiber Internet speed over slower cable connections, you can: