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There’s no doubt that unified communications (UC) is delivering value for those who use it. The combination of voice, video, and other communications techniques in one package is a great way to get more value out of current operations by making it easier to communicate and collaborate, with little regard for location. Yet there are… Read More
If you look around the telecom landscape, you can see that fiber has already established a strong foothold. The U.S. long-haul fiber optic system has made an impressive input, so much so that the internet, regardless of where you’re connecting, is at some point tied to the long-haul system. The biggest companies, such as AT&T… Read More
Word about the Internet of Things (IoT) has been emerging throughout the business press for years now, and the farther along it progresses, the greater its implications become. Looking at the reality of the IoT makes two things very clear. We Need More Bandwidth Anyone who’s run over a bandwidth cap with an internet service… Read More
The term “dark fiber” likely isn’t a familiar one for those who don’t have direct connection to the telecom industry, but it’s a term worth knowing all the same. Why? Dark fiber represents a singularly valuable development for its users that could offer substantial bottom-line results, if used correctly. What Is Dark Fiber? It’s important… Read More
On the surface, it may sound like an argument too ludicrous to be sustained for long. Of course fiber connectivity is better than coaxial cable (coax); fiber’s newer! A closer look at the two connectivity measures, however, shows a clearer picture, and one in which some use cases call for coax above all. Getting Your… Read More
The answer might seem obvious, but it is not as clear-cut as one might think. Fiber access can deliver some valuable benefits for a business, but just how many (and what kind) will depend on how much Internet a business is already using. Those who aren’t using a lot of bandwidth won’t get very far… Read More
Coaxial cable (coax) is no longer just a way to watch cable TV. Designed to protect and carry high-frequency signals, coax provides businesses with reliable, high-speed networking. SMBs in particular can reap numerous benefits from the technology. Click below to embed the above image into your website View full infographic Source: Click here