Fibre cables are less affected by environmental factors like excessive rain or extreme heat, which would normally have an impact on copper. These cables are also unaffected by electromagnetic and radio frequency interference, crosstalk, and impedance problems. This means that, no matter where you live and work, you are connected.
Fibre optic cables can support high speed bandwidth and capacity. You can further increase your bandwidth with a simple configuration change. Since fibre optic signal is made of light, fibre doesn’t have the same distance limitations as copper. And because very little signal loss takes place during transmission, data is able to move at much faster speeds and reach across greater distances.
There is little to no threat of fibre optic cables being stolen, despite fibre optic cables being lightweight, thinner and more durable than copper cable. They are also impossible to tap into or physically hack, since they don’t radiate signals. So, you can count on your data remaining secure as well as your cable infrastructure.
This type of internet connection saves you money in the long run and saves your sanity to boot as you won’t have to deal with multiple technologies and multiple vendors.