The 5 Best Things About Fiber-Optic Internet
Out with the old and in with the new! Or should I say, out with the old DSL and cable provided internet and in with Fiber-Optic Internet.
The old: Connecting to the internet and sitting waiting while your computer made these horrible sounds and hoping no one picked up the house phone, which would cause the process to stop completely.
The new: Turning on your computer and with just a click of a button connecting to the internet at lightning speeds.
We are in the age of microwave dinners, fast food, and buying and receiving at the tip of our fingers. Why wouldn’t we want our internet just as fast? Speed is just one of many benefits of Fiber-Optic Internet. This article will discuss the 5 best things about fiber-optic internet and why it is the wave of the future.
1.Naturally the speed of fiber-optic internet is the greatest benefit. Recently added to this wave is Verizon FiOS and Google Fiber, which both can reach speeds of 500mbps and 1gbps.
2.Fiber-Optics internet is also capable of reaching a much longer distance than traditional technologies like cable and U-verse. This comes in handy for individuals in rural areas. Location with Fiber-Optics is not a huge problem any longer.
3.The ability to transfer a large amount of data in a short amount of time, which also ties into speed, is another benefit. Quick data transfer makes watching movies and chatting with family and friends much faster. Who wants to be in the middle of a Netflix movie and the internet takes a “think break?” With Fiber-Optics this is no longer an issue.
4.Fiber-Optic Internet is the next biggest thing for this generation. Fiber-Optics uses light instead of electricity to transmit data.
5.According to the FCC, all companies providing this service offer 117 percent of the advertised speeds during peak times, unlike the competitors.
Fiber-Optics is without a doubt the wave of the future with many known benefits. Although this is clear still only 23 percent of Americans utilize this service. This is clearly the new and in due time more Americans with hop on the Fiber-Optics wave.