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The cloud infrastructure services require a whole network with high band width connectivity. The network connection helps the users to share and transmit data. Usually, the cloud infrastructures have a local area network that includes routers and switches. These Virtual Connections allow the load and balance the data These components make effective cloud infrastructure services and allow the users to handle and transfer their data with hassle-free services.
ISP stands for Internet Service Provider that provides access to the internet. ISPs can provide this access through multiple means, including dial up, DSL, cable, wireless and Fibre- optic Connections.
Here, SGT focus on one type of service i.e Fibre Optic. Without an ISP, individuals and Business could not reach the internet and the opportunities it provides.
Optical Fiber involves various tasks from a large to multi-story office buildings to small housing buildings. The primary functions of the Fiber include:
Resolve, repair and install fiber optics systems and ensure that they work properly
Examine and replace faulty and old fiber optic cables and also organize scheduled maintenance routines
Take care of fiber splicing and rectify fiber optic problem areas
Develop sensor indicators and conduct timely inspections to make sure that faulty fiber optic system does
not destabilize its performance
Execute premises cabling and take care of the underground and underwater cabling requirements
What is fiber internet?
Fiber-optic internet, commonly called fiber internet or simply “fiber,” is a broadband connection that can reach speeds of up to 940 Megabits per second (Mbps), with low lag time. The technology uses fiber-optic cable, which amazingly can send data as fast as about 70% the speed of light. In addition, fiber-optic cables are not as susceptible to severe weather conditions as other types of traditional cables, which helps minimize outages.
How does fiber-optic internet work?
Fiber-optic internet is a complex technology that allows the transmission of information in the form of light rather than electricity. There are many pieces that make up this advanced technology, but two key components are optical fibers and the so-called “last mile” of the fiber-optic network.
2-minute history of fiber optics
Though many people think of fiber-optic as a new technology, it actually dates back to the 1970s, when it was first used in telecommunications.
In 1988, fiber-optic cables were laid beneath the ocean, connecting the U.S. to Europe. Over the years, more and more lines were laid under the sea, so today a huge network of fiber-optic cables stretches around the entire globe. Growing fiber networks, with their high-speed capabilities and reliable transmission of data, have allowed for dramatic progress in the telecom field — in fact, some say fiber-optic technology is what made the Information Age possible.
In developed nations, fiber-optic lines replaced the older copper lines years ago, forming the core or “backbone” of our current internet networks. Only recently has it become more cost-effective to install fiber lines than copper ones. So, as the technology keeps improving, fiber-optic networks are expanding rapidly across cities and directly to homes.
How is fiber different from other types of internet?
The main difference is that fiber doesn’t utilize electric current like other types of internet connections do. It uses light, delivered through the fiber glass core.