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Miami, Florida (PRWEB) November 09, 2015
Solveforce and Team are incredibly excited to enter the Miami, Florida market with Optical Fiber (http://opticalfiber.us.com/) services. This expansion is planned for November 2015.
Advantages of Optical Fiber cable
Bandwidth - Fiber optic cables have a much greater bandwidth than metal cables. The amount of information that can be transmitted per unit time of fiber over other transmission media is its most significant advantage. With the high performance single mode cable used by telephone industries for long distance telecommunication, the bandwidth surpasses the needs of today's applications and gives room for growth tomorrow.
Low Power Loss - Optical Fiber (http://fiberopticinternet.us.com/) offers low power loss. This allows for longer transmission distances. In comparison to copper; in a network, the longest recommended copper distance is 100m while with fiber, it is 2000m.
Interference - Fiber optic cables are immune to electromagnetic interference. It can also be run in electrically noisy environments without concern as electrical noise will not affect fiber.
Size - In comparison to copper, a fiber optic cable has nearly 4.5 times as much capacity as the wire cable has and a cross sectional area that is 30 times less.
Weight - Fiber optic cables are much thinner and lighter than metal wires. They also occupy less space with cables of the same information capacity. Lighter weight makes fiber easier to install.
Safety - Since the fiber is a dielectric, it does not present a spark hazard.
Security - Optical Fiber (http://fiberoptics.us.com/) is difficult to tap. As they do not radiate electromagnetic energy, emissions cannot be intercepted. As physically tapping the fiber takes great skill to do undetected, fiber is the most secure medium available for carrying sensitive data.
Flexibility - An optical fiber has greater tensile strength than copper or steel fibers of the same diameter. It is flexible, bends easily and resists most corrosive elements that attack copper cable.
Cost - The raw materials for glass are plentiful, unlike copper. This means glass can be made more cheaply than copper.
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