Having access to gigabit service redefines efficient communications with the rest of the world, and what that enables for your business. From traditional telecommunications to VoIP, teleconferencing, sharing large files and webinars, communications is one of the most obvious uses for high-bandwidth fiber. The ability to quickly upload and share files with others is crucial to marketing, education, and work flow. In today’s connected and distributed world, securing your data and being prepared for disasters is mandatory and getting more sophisticated by the day.
No matter what reason you have for empowering your business with efficient information flow, we’d love to help you. Why wait?
How to get Fiber to Your Office
We can help connect your business to the fiber loop by extending the fiber into your building (or buildings, if you have a campus locally).
Using the fiber optic cable is more reliable and secure, but often requires some construction to create a new conduit or path from our fiber loop into the Main Point of Entry (MPOE, or telephone closet) of your building. Upgrading your building(s) to enable fiber optic communications capabilities is a very reasonable capital improvement, especially for buildings that are along the path of the loop, or into nearby business neighborhoods where the cost of deployment can be shared.
Construction costs vary due to a number of factors. If your business is located along the path of the fiber loop, please feel free to contact us to discuss this further. If your business is not along the path, wireless might be a good alternative.
Not near the Loop? Wireless may be an Alternative
It may be possible to connect your business via a wireless connection to our fiber loop. This is very different from using a shared neighborhood Wi-Fi access point in that it doesn’t rely on someone else for security and reliability. Gigabit via wireless is much, much faster for sending and receiving big files.
Our Internet Service Provider Partners offer different services and prices for Gigabit service. They will need to do a site survey to determine how they will provide reliable service. Please contact them directly to see what they can offer you.