Network cabling has traditionally be regular ethernet cabling. It serves a great purpose in networking your various offices together to be on the same network, accessing the same equipment and files. But sometimes that cabling is inadequate for your needs. There’s just too much data going back and forth, and your prized network is now the chokepoint that inhibits further growth and taking advantage of opportunities. And it isn’t always a matter of running more ethernet cabling to solve the problem.
Its The Bandwidth
Let’s face it, we have more and more data available to us, and to share with others when making business decisions. Getting data from your office in Buffalo Grove to a partner in McHenry, plus sharing with your sales team in Northbrook, Elgin, and Elk Grove Village, plus your attorney in Vernon Hills is no small feat. Some of this is out of your hands, but some is in your control, and you don’t want your network to be the problem. When you have a lot of data, you need a bigger pipeline. Fiber cabling is proven to provide that bigger pipeline so that you can get things done at the speed of your business. Regardless of where your business is located, and especially if you have remote people accessing your servers, having a large pipeline is key to helping business get done fast.
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