The demand for data and bandwidth continues to accelerate. As traditional cable and metallic networks reach the limits of their capabilities, more Internet providers are moving to upgrade their equipment to meet demands for faster speeds. Fortunately, altafiber has invested over $1 Billion to make Greater Cincinnati one of the most fiber-dense regions in the nation, and we're continuing to invest to bring more fiber to more people. Faster speeds aren't the only thing that cement fiber Internet's place as the network of the future. Learn more about the superior performance of fiber, how the technology works, and how it impacts the way you use the Internet today and in the future.
Learn about the differences between the different network types, and what that means for you. A fiber Internet connection allows for:
Fiber is able to offer faster upload and download speeds and is transmitted on a dedicated line. This allows for more consistent and reliable speeds than cable.
Design Engineer Kevin Newbold answers common questions about Wi-Fi connections.
Your Internet's upload speed determines how fast you can send content to the Internet. An increase in activities such as video conferencing, sending content, and live streaming have made upload speeds even more important.
Communications networks across the country have been put to the test as tens of millions of people have transitioned to working and learning from home. Read about the advantages of having fiber Internet at work and home, and why the necessity for these higher speeds is here to stay.
Okay...so...what is fiber internet, and why should you care as a current homeowner or homeowner-to-be? Read this blog to learn what fiber technology is as it relates to copper cables and the potential benefits of fiber internet on both the individual and community level for homeowners.