Fibre for Business

We have commercial, dedicated synchronous and VLAN rates available. Please contact Sean Holmes @ 519-595-6548 to discuss what best suits your needs.

 

Fibre Technology Commercial Plans


 

Computer technology, age, software, network management and other factors may affect Internet speed tests.  A direct wired connection from computer or device to modem/Command Centre will create the best possible Internet experience.
 

Managed WiFi


Let us manage a strong, consistent WiFi signal throughout your workplace, including large square footage buildings. Plus, provide WiFi for your customers and visitors without risking your business network.
 

Unlimited use


Our Internet service is completely unlimited - no bandwidth caps.  No more overages.  We know that your business needs a fast and reliable Internet connection for more than just emails.  Stop worrying about overages with data backups, video conferencing, VoIP, ecommerce and much more - do it all without worrying.
 

What is Fibre Optics?


Fibre optics are long, thin strands of glass about the diameter of a human hair. They are arranged in bundles called fibre optic cables and use light instead of electricity to carry a signal. The light signals represent data, which is capable of traveling at the speed of light.

Did you know?

One bundle of fibre cable not much thicker than a pencil can carry ALL of the world's current communications traffic.

 

How do Fibre Optics work?


To understand how fibre optic cable works, imagine you’re looking through a very long flexible plastic pipe several miles long, with the inside surface of the pipe coated with a perfect mirror. Several miles away at the other end, a friend turns on a flashlight and shines it into the pipe. Because the interior of the pipe is a perfect mirror, the flashlight’s beam will reflect off the sides of the pipe, even though the pipe may curve and twist, you will see it at the other end. If your friend were to turn the flashlight on and off in a Morse Code fashion, your friend could communicate with you through the pipe. This is the essence of a fiber optic cable.

Did you know?

Copper technology is over 100 years old. Many of the buried lines corrode which effects the quality of services through the lines.

 

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