As enterprises look for ways to keep pace with a quickly evolving marketplace, fiber optic technology can provide swift and reliable Internet access for users and applications.
What is fiber optic Internet? Fiber optic technology connects a LAN to the Internet using optic fiber Internet connections. When comparing fiber vs cable, fiber enables faster upload and download speeds as well as greater bandwidth to support the needs of cloud-based applications. Fiber optic technology can also help to increase security and improve the reliability of high-speed Internet service.
When choosing a provider for fiber optic technology, more enterprises today are turning to services from Spectrum Enterprise, a leading provider of fiber solutions with thousands of fiber route miles and fiber-lit buildings in 32 metro areas and 41 states.
Spectrum Enterprise is a combination of teams from three former companies: Time Warner Cable Business Class, Bright House Networks Enterprise Solutions and Spectrum Business Enterprise Solutions. Our fiber optic technology helps enterprises overcome limitations and integrate solutions to drive greater business success.
Spectrum Enterprise Fiber Internet Access provides dedicated Internet access for enterprises (enterprise DIA) as well as symmetrical connectivity for businesses that require high-bandwidth upload capabilities. Running on our wholly owned and redundant national fiber network, our fiber solutions provide consistently reliable fiber Internet speed that can scale easily from 25 Mbps up to 10 Gbps. Our U.S.-based enterprise NOC proactively monitors our fiber optic technology 24/7 to verify availability and uptime, and our industry-leading service-level agreements (SLAs) ensure optimal network performance for mission-critical technology.
In addition to high-speed Internet, fiber optic technology from Spectrum Enterprise includes: