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    While there are certainly challenges, the majority of ISP’s already implementing fiber optic technology in varying degrees. The challenge, as outlined in a previous article, is the market perception that end-to-end fiber optic connections are superior and necessary for an optimal end-user experience. While there is no doubting that fiber optic connections offer dramatically improved bandwidth, will the average consumer see a benefit? This is something where individual consumers need to consider their own habits.

    By 2017, according to Business Insider, the average individual with an internet connection will own 5 devices that connect to the internet. If you look around your office, you’ll see the usual suspects: desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. As you enter the connected home, other devices begin to pop-up. Smart TV’s, video streaming hardware (Apple TV, Amazon Echo, Roku, etc.), and the smart tech that is ushering in the Internet of Things (IoT) all represent an exponential increase in the number of devices we use in our daily lives that rely on internet connections.

    According to VentureBeat, “Streaming services now account for over 70% of peak traffic in North America, Netflix dominates with 37%”. As consumers begin to purchase more and more internet-connected devices, the battle for bandwidth will continue to heat up. For consumers and businesses, the upgrade to fiber optic technology isn’t a necessity for individual connections, but it’s critical to supporting multiple internet-connected devices through a single connection. Consumers will absolutely see a benefit from end-to-end fiber optic technology in terms of connection quality and speed if they have multiple devices in use throughout the home or office environment.

    Fiber Optic Cable Installation in an Office Environment
    For businesses, fiber optic technology has become a major player in providing stable connections throughout the office. Traditional Ethernet lines are great for short distances, but in office environments where the workspace can span multiple stories and thousands of square feet, providing a strong, cost-effective data infrastructure can necessitate fiber-optic speed and reliability. Fiber optic cable installation is more important and the optic cable is significantly more durable and can handle the rigors of installation in an office. Cables that run through drywall and ceiling tiles can bend and kink. When placed next to power lines, or other sources of electromagnetic interference, traditional Ethernet lines can take dramatic performance hits.

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