Optical Fiber: A Great tool to enhance Internet Speed

Sep 16 17:18 2021 Microtalk Communications Print This Article

In this article, it is discussed how internet speed is greatly dependent on the wire through which it is delivered to the customer or user. The benefits of optical fiber for internet delivery are also highlighted in this article.

Modern-day needs can be fulfilled via modern technology. If we think about the internet usually,Guest Posting we have two major options-

  1. Mobile network (Wireless)
  2. Broadband (Wired)

We have seen that with time wireless networks improved a lot in terms of speed and latency. Like- 2g,3g, 4g so on.

In that way, the wired network has improved with time. We usually, use copper wire in the early days, now we moved towards Optical Fiber.

Technological & Maintenance cost for a wireless network is costlier than a wired network.

With the wireless network, we find a speed cap after a limited use but that is not the case with the broadband network. You can experience a truly unlimited fast-internet connection.

Copper wired was made for telephonic purposes in the eighteenth era. Till post nineteenth, we used the same copper line as a medium for data transfer.

Now we need a convenient way to transfer data at a higher speed.

Speed- 1 Gb/s (Cat6) on a copper wire. 10 Gb/s on an Optical Fiber Cable.

Latency/Ping- Nowadays online gaming has increased huge popularity. To feel a smooth experience, we need a zero-latency connection. Optical Fiver reduces latency by a great margin than a copper wire.

Bandwidth- Nowadays we consume lots of data to watch content like 4k video, for video calling, voice calling (VoWIFI), VoIP, etc. services. We can use lots of devices together. Doing lots of work together need a lot of bandwidth which can be possible only with Optical Fiber. It gives a shameless experience.

Cloud operation- Today’s era is using cloud computing from their personal computer or device. It needs a strong stable high-speed internet connection. Nowadays data size of a file has increased to a huge extend. We usually deal with a large file. We kept our file on the server, to upload or download the file required a great speedy network.

Reach & Length- Earlier days wired network was not widely spread, but nowadays we a fast internet connection in every nook and corner. A Coper wired maximum cable length is 100 meters, but an Optical Fiber’s length is 2000 meters.

Lifecycle- Optical Fiber cable is much more durable than copper wire. Copper wire last 5 years but an Optical Fiber cable last 30-50 Years.

Security- Security is a big concern for a copper wire because it carries an analog signal, but an Optical Fiber carries a digital signal with data encryption. The chances of security beach are much lesser.

Energy-efficient- Optical Fiber cable is more energy-efficient than copper wire.

Cost vs benefits- Production Cost is a big concern for an Optical Fiber cable but nowadays we are producing it on a mass scale. It reduced the cost. As well as if we focus on the benefits of an Optical Fiber cable, it is much higher.

We are moving towards a smart city, smart home, IOT device, online learning, etc. Smart things need a smart network, need an Optical Fiver to support those workloads.

Today's need for a high-speed internet connection can be filled by Microtalk at a low cost.

The company also provides separate ILL network solutions. Ensure equal speed (Uploading & Downloading) to the user.

This company’s mission is to give an experience to their customer a true high-speed stable network.

To fulfill this mission, they offer an Optical Fiver line to every customer. It will give a rich experience.

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Dibyendu Pal, Digital Marketing Intern, Microtalk Communications Pvt Ltd. Microtalk communication is a tier 1 ISP in India. Microtalk is also a DOT licensed approved telecom service provider in India that manages an average of 80 million calls in a month.

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