The Cell Towering Industry is thriving, thanks to technological advances. If you’re currently looking for reliable cell towering services for your Telecom business, it’s crucial to familiarize yourself with how cell towering providers work. Read on to find...
Internet usage has significantly grown over the years. A study by Cisco Annual Internet Report estimates an increase in internet users from 3.9 billion in 2018 to 5.3 billion people in 2023, representing 51% and 66% of the population. Yet today, most people are moving...
According to Cisco Annual Internet Report, almost two-thirds of the global population will have internet access by 2023. The remaining challenge may be internet speed. Layer 3 connectivity seeks to solve this issue. Basically, layer three switches are valuable tools...
FTTH significantly improves connection speeds. It can achieve connection speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps). These speeds are between 20 to 100 times faster than those of DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) and standard cable modem connections. But how does FTTH...
It wasn’t long ago that you couldn’t communicate with your colleagues or clients until you were at your workplace. Today, anyone can stay connected no matter where they are, with practically every company activity taking place online. While this progress...
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...
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