Fiber Optic

FTTX — it’s not some quadratic algebraic equation. Per Margaret Rouse of whatis.com, Fiber to the X (FTTX) “is a collective term for various optical fiber delivery topologies that are categorized according to where the fiber terminates.” What is the … Continue reading

You maybe have friends in Austin or Kansas City or Atlanta or Nashville or Charlotte who rave about their Google Fiber connection and the warp drive speeds they have for the Internet. Or perhaps you’re part of the 12% of … Continue reading

Also the name of a family of multiplatform optical carriers made by now-defunct Nortel Networks, SONET is an acronym taken from the words Synchronous Optical Networking. Per techopedia.com, it “is a standardized digital communication protocol used to transmit a large … Continue reading

What is Google Fiber? It’s a fiber to the premise service (FTTP) combining internet and cable TV in a blisteringly fast 1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps) broadband connection. Depending upon location, optional features include “fiber phone” service, the Network+ Box (a … Continue reading

High frequency trading is about to get a boost with the inception of a high speed laser network that will place investors a few seconds closer to generating more profits. Anova Technologies, a leading provider of specialized custom fiber and … Continue reading

In October of 2013, AT&T announced a new initiative that would bring advanced technologies and connectivity to more than 100 cities during 2014. The company kicked off the project with a roll out of its first gigabit network in Austin, … Continue reading

EPB Fiber Optics is a company which offers what is called Fi-Speed Internet which is delivered via a 100 percent fiber optic network.  EPB advertises a fully optimized fiber optic network which provides you with more bandwidth for data transfer … Continue reading

Updated: 22 December, 2014 Fiber optic and cable Internet are the two main technologies that are used to establish a high speed Internet connection. But, what is the difference between these two types of connections? Current and emerging technologies require … Continue reading

If you are not familiar with gigabit Ethernet it is a new technology that provides a faster connection to the Internet.  Although gigabit Ethernet was originally developed in the 1970s by Xerox Corporation it has since come a long way … Continue reading

If you are trying to decide on the best way to connect to the Internet the number of options available can make your choice a very confusing one.  One of the more popular methods for establishing Internet connectivity is fiber … Continue reading

If you have a fiber optic cable Internet connection there are a number of issues that could cause Internet connectivity to be intermittent or terminate altogether.  When it comes to fiber optic cables one of the primary problems can be … Continue reading

Fiber optic cables are cables that transmit data through pulses of light that are carried through optical fibers in the cable line. If you have a fiber optic Internet or television connection there are many different problems that can cause … Continue reading

Fiber optic cable technology provides a faster way to transmit data over a single fiber optic line through the use of light pulses instead of electricity currents. As a result the concept has enabled business and organizations to send data … Continue reading