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If you've been researching the best telecommunication options for your business, you've probably come across some information about fiber optic internet routes. 

But what is it about these things?  Why are they so popular?

- They can multitask

Fiber optic internet routes are the wave of the future for a variety of different forms of communication.  Whether you need something to make your business' network run faster, something to make your phone calls clearer, or something to make your cell phone signal more reliable, these routes can do it!

- They're affordable

Lots of business owners assume that they can't afford fiber because it's so new and advanced.  But guess what?  Those business owners are wrong!

Fiber optic internet routes are actually more cost-effective than copper, because fiber is a cheaper material to work with.  So, you can start saving money right off the bat.

And, now that providers have gotten into the mix, you can share the installation and maintenance costs.  Because they're "network neutral", a provider can divide a single fiber optic internet route among a bunch of different businesses.  That way, you won't have to be responsible for everything all by yourself.  It's a far cry from the days of old, when only the biggest, richest companies could afford to install and maintain fiber lines because they had to do it all by themselves.

They're durable

Because they aren't made out of metal, you won't have to worry about any kind of interference travelling along a fiber optic internet route.  Copper, on the other hand, can develop some major electrical interference issues.  In fact, it's not uncommon for those problems to spread and damage other equipment!  Plus, these lines have to run outside, so you have to worry about how copper is going to react during a lightning storm.

But when you have a fiber optic internet route, you don't need to buy any type of protective equipment or worry about any ground loops.  You also won't have to worry about electrical surges carrying over to your other equipment.  You won't even have to worry about any sparks!

In the end, that lack of interference will make your fiber route cheaper and easier to maintain than a cable line.  It also means that you can count on your fiber route to last longer. 

They can cover long distances

Fiber optic internet routes won't lose any strength, even if you ask them to carry information for miles and miles!  In fact, some long haul cables are 60 miles long -- making them perfect for companies that have offices that are spread far apart, but want to be on the same network.

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