Today, it is hard to be in business and not use a computer extensively to check emails, send quotes, run point of sale (POS) software, send files, check on supplies, and more. Therefore, the selection of your business’ broadband platform matters a lot. Are you confident that your internet provider and speed will keep up with your business’s growing demands, or not?
One way to ensure uptime in your business is to “opt-in for fiber internet.” There are five key benefits of choosing fiber internet vs. cable vs. other options.
Because other Cable, DSL, or T1 bandwidth options currently cannot not scale up to 100Gbps your businesses could experience severe bandwidth issues as when you grow and have additional demands on your internet use. Fiber internet allows easy bandwidth upgrades to meet your business’s growth.
Internet fiber is harder to hack because it does not radiate signals the way cable internet does. It is easier to identify breaches as they occur as well. Your data is more secure with fiber internet vs. cable. Plus, fire hazard associated with traditional copper wiring is also absent with fiber, as it does not use electricity.
Fiber also is more reliable in that it is more resistant to electromagnetic, corrosive, and lightning-related damage, and it is less likely to go down during a power outage; thus, it tends to be a more stable option.
Cable or other options where you share the same service with other users, will experience slowdowns, some severe, dependent on how many users are actively connected to the internet. Ever streamed a movie on a Friday night and it consistently pauses to access more of the movie?
Fiber, on the other hand, does not share its bandwidth and delivers consistent speeds no matter the number of users. Daynet also delivers a signal where download and upload speeds are the same where other delivery methods usually deliver upload speeds much lower than download speeds.
Fiber Internet has better long-term prospects compared to cable because copper cables require expensive maintenance. This cost alone of maintaining them has encouraged internet providers to switch over to fiber. Fiber can also cope with higher demand than cable, which is likely to be important as the Internet becomes even more essential for your business.
Fiber can handle higher demands compared to cable such as processing large business files and working on applications hosted in the cloud. The increased speed will help increase your overall business productivity and efficiency.
DayNet fiber internet will be available in fall 2021 provided by the City of Dayton, TX. It will give every home, business, and community anchor organization in Dayton, TX, access to ultra-high-speed broadband internet. DayNet high-speed, fiber-optic broadband services will deliver 1 Gbps speeds for homes with future expansion to 10 Gbps services. Businesses will also have access to the same speed services. DayNet will facilitate even greater speeds for large companies up to 100 Gbps in the future.
Visit our website to learn more and fill out our interest form to know when DayNet is available for your address: https://mydaynet.com/