Gigabit Internet is a great option for many businesses if the technology is available. Technologies like Google Fiber, FiOS, CentruyLink’s Fiber Plus, and AT&T Business Fiber are SUPER fast and customers love it! They’ve all been making big investments to offer Gigabit Internet via fiber optics to more businesses. You can even get network based security services like DDoS mitigation, cloud based firewall, and Managed DNS.
If you’re doing basic browsing, emailing, and accessing cloud services like UCaaS, AWS, Salesforce, NetSuite etc., Gigabit Fiber (Gigabit Passive Optical Network or GPON) will give your company more than enough bandwidth to support your needs. Contact Us with your address and we’ll verify what carrier is available with speed options and pricing.
Quick to Install –
One of the highlights of GPON based technologies are that they’re quick to install. We recently had AT&T install a 100x100M Business Fiber circuit in three business days in Texas. These technologies were developed to supply multiple addresses using a single node with high speed bandwidth.
New builds can be tricky since the revenue requirements aren’t met as easily since these are lower cost solutions but we can help. If you’re a property owner looking to get Gigabit Fiber to your tenants we can help through our relationships with carrier’s finance teams. Click here to get the ball rolling.
Fiber Optics are better than Coax –
It simple physics, light goes through glass faster than electrical signal travels over coaxial cable. Furthermore, coax is made of copper which can erode from water over time. Fiber Optics doesn’t have that issue so during inclement weather your business is more likely to stay connected.
Low Cost –
AT&T Business Fiber, Fiber Plus, FiOS and others have a much lower price than dedicated internet or active Ethernet, especially from a Tier 1 telecommunications service provider like aforementioned. Typically, we are seeing GPON based, gigabit fiber optic internet at 80% lower prices than Ethernet.
Our clients are typically larger companies with multiple sites so it’s best to start with a telecom audit, you can learn more about that process by clicking here. Often sites move and things happen that don’t allow time for a complete audit and we understand! In fact, we like to come in and save the day in the tough situations.