Fiber optics are a form of technology that uses light to transmit data, and it’s one of the most important advances in telecommunications. As you might guess from its name, fiber optic cables use thin strands of transparent material made from glass or plastic to...
Most people don’t give much thought to the cables that connect their devices. But when it comes to fiber optics vs. regular wire cables, there are some clear benefits to using fiber optic cables. Here are four reasons why fiber optics are better than regular...
A lot has been done in terms of launching 5G in Latin America. Fortunately, regardless of the pandemic, implementation continues in the region, and towering services keep pushing for more 5G connectivity. Currently, the countries that have benefited the most from the...
There has been an 11.8% growth in the fiber-optic cable manufacturing industry in the past five years. With this growth, most businesses are now switching to and adopting layer 3 services. The layer 3 switches are valuable tools that boost network efficiency,...
Madrid, November 8, 2021 In the framework of the official visit to Spain of the President of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, senior UFINET executive officers met last Friday with the president and ministers of the Latin American country. The official visit of the government...
Many people are familiar with the term “fiber optics,” but not many know what it is or how it works. Fiber optic cables transmit a signal down a strand of hair-thin glass or plastic filament by using light to carry data. The principles behind fiber optics...
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