Cloud computing continues to revolutionize how billions across the globe interact and run their business. 94% of enterprises now say they use some form of cloud services. According to the International Data Cooperation (IDC), the worldwide public cloud services market grew 24.1% year-over-year in 2020, with revenues totaling over $312 billion.

High-bandwidth internet connectivity is a critical factor in full cloud implementation. Bandwidth-intensive enterprise applications rely heavily on reliable internet connectivity to fully optimize the cloud’s computing and storage power. For your transition towards cloud computing, you may need to bring in a fiber optic distribution partner to suit your cloud architecture.

Understanding Cloud Computing

Cloud computing consists of several layers, including a front end and back end to your infrastructure. The front end is the side that your customers interact with through their devices. Internet connectivity allows the target audience to access the cloud and assess your product or services.

The back end relates to the computers, facilities, and data storage systems required to power the interface that the consumer interacts with. It involves the deployment of high computing power, performing tens of trillions of calculations per second to deliver the interface. As such, cloud computing can be divided into Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS).

Why Is a Fiber Optic Distribution Partner Crucial for Your Cloud Connectivity?

Cloud computing utilizes an internet-based server layer, replacing legacy systems. Your productivity on cloud services may hinge on your internet connectivity and bandwidth. Here are several reasons why you should consider fiber network services.

1. Speed

Connectivity to the cloud may demand dedicated internet access for your business. Currently, fiber is the most effective technology that can hold the increasing demands for cloud computing. It is the only practical communication module that can carry a trillion of bits per second. Fiber cloud connectivity may deliver symmetric speeds providing a more stable network than other forms of internet connections.

2. Scalability

The IDC estimates that the global data sphere will continue to grow exponentially, reaching over 175 Zettabytes by 2025 (one Zettabyte is approximately equal to a thousand Exabytes, a billion Terabytes, or a trillion Gigabytes), with a majority held in cloud servers. Your fiber optic distribution partner may provide the easiest and cheapest way to scale up your connectivity amid your business expansion. A single optical fiber can carry over 3,000,000 full-duplex voice calls or 90,000 TV channels. You may also need a large fiber-optic operator also has thousands of miles of dark fiber that you can utilize to match your growth.

3. Security

Unsurprisingly, 75% of enterprises switching to cloud computing point to security issues as their main concern. Misconfiguration, unauthorized access, sharing of data, insecure APIs, and accounts are just among the pressing security challenges. Safeguarding your internet connectivity with a fiber optic distribution partner allows you to enjoy the most secure connection for your data. Fiber optics do not radiate signals, making them difficult to hack or tap into.

Ufinet – Your Fiber Optic Distribution Partner

Cloud computing and infrastructure are the future in IT, with fiber connectivity acting as the fuel to accelerate your business towards full implementation. Ufinet is a neutral fiber optic distribution operator and fiber optics integrator that runs a vast network connecting Mexico, Latin America, and the US. Reach out to us to discuss your integration into our 75,000KM fiber network.

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