Fiber Network: Things you should know

A fast internet connection paves the way for businesses to grow and maintain a competitive benefit. One of the most exciting aspects of living in a First World country is the development and continuous progressions in technology.

Where did Fiber Optics Originate From?

In the UK in the late 1960s, Dr. Charles Keun-Kao and a coworker played a critical role in determining that fiber optic cables. These initial fiber optic cables only carried telephone and television signals through light pulses for about 65 feet. But by 1970, communication researchers had generated an ultra-pure optical fiber more than 2640 feet long.

Fiber optics, which looks like a fishing line, later allowed the manufacture of broadband communications, biomedical informatics, and countless other digital applications. By 2009, when Dr. Kao shared the Nobel Prize in Physics, it was assessed that the number of fiber optics cables in usage worldwide, if placed end to end, would set up a fiber more than 600 million miles in length.

This revolutionary effort has allowed civilization to connect faster, more powerfully, and with better broadcast competencies.

Fibre 1000 is a Game Changer. Robust, Consistent, and Flexible, it is sure to cause disruptions in the market.

Platinum Network’s Fibre 1000 is;

Symmetrical: 1000Mbps/1000Mbps
Unlimited Data Allowance
Consistency of 99.95% (with applicable SLA)
Uncontended Fibre Connection (1:1 Contention)
Devoted 24/7 Business Support (365 days a year)
Contract terms; 24, 36 or 48 Months

This service is now available throughout the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, and Perth. Fibre 1000 is scalable; the 1000Mbps can be distributed between Data, Internet, Voice, and Cloud, depending on the requirements of the customer.

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