Fiber Optic In Aurora, Arvada, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Englewood, Fort Collins, Littleton, Summit County, Vail, CO, Cheyenne, WY, and the Surrounding Areas

With the increasing need for more bandwidth, there’s a constant debate whether the copper cables are better or the fiber ones. While each has its own advantage we, at ISI Technology Inc., specialize in fiber optics. It has been over 20 years that we have been installing high-quality, fully-integrated, structured data cables for networking. And, for a structured cabling system, fiber optics are essential. With ISI, you will always be on the cutting edge of business as use advanced technology to keep up with the increasing demand of bandwidth. We are known for providing high-quality workmanship at affordable prices. Our technicians are thoroughly trained and have the knowledge and expertise of installing, repairing, splicing, testing, and certifying fiber cabling. They pay minute attention to detail during the process of design and construction process. We provide network data cabling for every sized network from small to large businesses in the regions of Arvada, Boulder, Cheyenne, Denver, Englewood CO, Fort Collins. 

Below we have mentioned 3 exclusive advantages of using fiber optic cables. Take a look. 

  1. High Bandwidth 

Fiber optic, especially singlemode fiber provides more bandwidth for carrying data than any other cable. In cables made of fiber, the latency is reduced which enables faster downloads, uploads and faster access to resources. Due to this reduced loss, data can be carried across long distances without interruptions. 

  1. Better Reliability 

Fiber is immune to severe moisture and temperature changes, which can cause performance issues and data –transmission interruption. Also, fiber does not carry electric current so it doesn’t produce electromagnetic interference (EMI) that can interrupt data transmission. 

  1. Lower Total Cost 

Though some fibers can be costlier than any copper cables, the reliability and the durability of fiber makes 

the total cost of ownership (TCO) lower in the long run. As technology advances, the costs continue to decrease for fiber optic cables. 

So, if you want fiber cables that are affordable, you can get in touch with us on 303-765-1255