Will Now be Offering Increased Bandwidth Speeds for all Residential & Commercial Locations Nationwide

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SolveForce Increases Bandwidth Speed Technology

SolveForce Increases Bandwidth Speed Technology

SolveForce Now Offers NEW Bandwidth Speeds throughout the United States

SolveForce has been in heavy meetings with affiliates recently to come to an agreement on offering increased bandwidth ( services throughout the US. These services will be offered to all commercial & residential areas.

As more of the country gets connected and streams video from their cousin's friend's Netflix accounts on their iPads, phones, PS3s, and computer all at the same time, the fiber optic infrastructure can get bogged down. In the past, this wasn't a problem—when telecom companies wired a community with fiber, typically less than 10 percent of its total available bandwidth was used. Whenever a new customer signed up, they added in a new data transmitter and receiver, which beamed a slightly different color light than most were using.

But increasingly, technology is running out of colored beams of light: As customers fill up a fiber optic cable with different bandwidth ( colors, they get closer and closer together, eventually creating a phenomena known as nonlinear distortion.

Now instead of beaming the light in straight lines, it can beam it in a tornado-like shape, known as orbital angular momentum. It's a technology that researchers have been working on for a while, but until recently, companies couldn't pull it off in anything longer than a one meter cable. Not anymore.

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