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Faster Data Transfer

Speeds

One of the primary advantages of gigabit-speed internet is the incredibly fast data transfer rates it offers. With gigabit speeds, users can download and upload large files, stream high-definition videos, and engage in online activities with minimal latency. .

Smooth Streaming and Gaming

Gigabit internet ensures a seamless online experience, especially when it comes to streaming high-quality content and playing online games. Users can enjoy 4K video streaming without buffering, and gamers experience reduced lag and faster response times, enhancing the overall online entertainment and gaming experience.

Support for Multiple Devices


Support for Multiple Devices: Gigabit-speed internet is well-suited for households or businesses with multiple connected devices. As the number of devices connected to a network increases, gigabit speeds provide the bandwidth necessary to support simultaneous activities without a significant drop in performance.

Always

Available

Fail-proof digital wireless connectivity is always available from any place you dwell or roam. There’s simply no difference when using Always ON in rural farmlands to busy urban cities.

Always

Reliable

Expect reliable coverage across the map. Limitless broadband functionality with clear and reliable connection shouldn’t be a luxury, we make it normal.

Always

ON

Our unique benefits keep businesses and individuals operating with interruption-free hotspots, routers, tablets, laptops, and IoT on-demand wireless connection.

How does it work?

Gigabit-Speed internet is a high-speed broadband internet connection that uses fiber-optic cables to transmit data using light signals. It's one of the fastest and most reliable forms of internet connection available today.

Fiber-Optic Cables: The core of fiber internet is the use of fiber-optic cables. These cables are made of thin strands of glass or plastic called optical fibers. Each fiber is capable of transmitting data using light signals. Transmitting Data as Light: Traditional internet connections, like DSL or cable, transmit data as electrical signals over copper or coaxial cables. Fiber internet, on the other hand, sends data using light pulses. This allows for much higher data transmission speeds and capacity.

Data Encoding: The data from your computer or device is first converted into digital signals. These digital signals are then encoded onto light pulses using a process called modulation. Different modulation techniques, such as amplitude modulation or phase modulation, are used to encode data onto the light signals.

Sending Signals: The encoded light signals are sent through the core of the fiber-optic cable. The core is surrounded by a cladding layer that helps keep the light signals within the core by reflecting them back into the core through total internal reflection.

Propagation of Light: As the light signals travel through the core of the fiber-optic cable, they bounce off the cladding due to total internal reflection, which keeps the signals from escaping the core. This allows the light signals to travel long distances without significant loss of signal strength.

Repeater Stations: To maintain signal strength over long distances, fiber-optic networks use repeater stations. These stations receive the light signals, amplify them, and then retransmit them, ensuring that the signal remains strong and clear.

Signal Reception: At the receiving end, another device converts the light signals back into digital data. This involves detecting the changes in light intensity caused by the encoded information.

Data Processing: Once the digital data is recovered, it's processed by network equipment and routed to its intended destination. This could be a website server, a streaming service, or any other online resource. Fiber internet's key advantages include its high-speed capabilities, low latency, and resistance to electromagnetic interference. These qualities make it well-suited for demanding tasks such as online gaming, video streaming, large file downloads/uploads, and other bandwidth-intensive activities.

Overall, fiber internet's reliance on light signals and fiber-optic cables enables it to provide much faster and more consistent speeds compared to traditional copper-based internet connections.

Gig-Speed Fiber FAQ's

Is fiber better than wi-fi?

WiFi is the wireless technology used to connect computers, tablets, smartphones and other devices to the internet wirelessly. With a wireless fiber internet connection, you’ll be able to stream content, surf the web, download content, and upload files faster than you can with Cable or DSL internet. When you have fiber internet installed in your home or business, you can still connect to it wirelessly through a rented Fiber router or you can bring your own device. The difference will be the lightning-fast speeds that fiber provides. 

How fast is fiber internet?

In short, fiber internet is fast — very fast. Any speed over 1 Gig is likely significantly faster than what your cable or DSL internet provider can offer. Check out this comparison table, which shows how fiber internet makes a significant difference when browsing the web, streaming TV, and more.

Is fiber internet affordable?

You may have asked yourself, why is fiber internet so cheap? Compared to older communication infrastructure, like cable internet, fiber costs less to maintain once it’s in place. That, combined with an increasingly competitive fiber internet marketplace has helped lower prices for consumers. In many markets today, fiber internet offers similar or lower prices than cable or DSL internet. Check today to see if fiber internet is in your area.

How does fiber compare to cable?

Fiber internet is the fastest internet service available to consumers and businesses today. In addition to fast download and upload speeds, fiber internet offers lower latency, less downtime, more resistance to electromagnetic interference, and a future-proof, long-term solution for society’s increasing reliance on the web. When we say “future-proof,” here’s what we mean: compared to cable internet, which relies on physical copper wire upgrades to meet internet demands, fiber can easily handle today's demand—not to mention the increasing demands of the future.

What equipment is needed for fiber internet?

The equipment you’ll use for fiber internet is very similar to what you likely already use for internet in your home. Fiber offers Fiber routers and Whole Home WiFi, coverage throughout your home. You'll also need a router that can handle fiber internet speeds. In some cases, the router you use today will be just fine. However, if you currently use an older router, you may need a new one.

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