Fiber Optic Ethernet 101
What is Fiber Optic Ethernet?
What are the benefits of deploying Fiber Optic Ethernet as my Internet solution?
How do I upgrade my current Internet solution to Fiber Optic Ethernet?

What is Fiber Optic Ethernet?
First commercially deployed in 1977, optical cable is the primary source of long-distance, high-bandwidth communications between telephone companies, multi-site organizations and various other long-range communications applications.  An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent strand of very pure glass that acts as a light pipe to transmit light between two ends of the fiber.  Optical fibers have a core surrounded by a protective layer made of dielectric material.  Light in a fiber optic cable travels through a core by constantly bouncing from the protective layer, a principle termed total internal reflection.  As the protective layer does not absorb any light from the core, light wave travel longer distances.





What are the benefits of deploying Fiber Optic Ethernet as my Internet solution?
The benefits are many!  These include:
  • Provide lightning fast Internet speeds
  • Connect multiple locations that exchange all types of data files
  • Provide enhanced reliability utilizing fiber optic lines
  • Increase or decrease bandwidth easily without changing equipment
  • Add new locations with little or no out-of-service interruptions
  • Provide the most economical broadband solution utilizing the most advanced technology


How do I upgrade my current Internet solution to Fiber Optic Ethernet?
It's easy to upgrade to American Broadband Fiber Optic Ethernet because the service is compatible with commonly available routers or switches.  Our Fiber Optic Ethernet service delivers a highly efficient and cost effective service to companies and businesses that have outgrown the standard DSL or cable modem service.  We provide turnkey installation, provisioning and ongoing support.

And since our Fiber Optic Ethernet is capable of a wide range of speeds, your business will not have to change your equipment or wait for extended installation intervals as your speed requirement changes.  It's easily scalable to accommodate future needs.


   

 

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