- Optical Tracer Patch Cord
- Fiber Optic Distribution Frame
- Fiber Optic Splice Closure
- Fiber Optic Termination Box
- Fiber Optic Patch Cord
- Fiber Optic Cable
- Fiber Optic Converter
- Fiber Optic Passive Parts
How To Get The Best Of Eoc And Eof Services
Ethernet over copper (Eoc) and Ethernet over fiber (Eof)
Efficiency is important to every business, but it certainly does have a price. Technological advances have made higher speeds with less attenuation possible, with the help of fiber optics. These are the latest in technology and use light signals to transmit data. Since the refraction angles of the waves being transmitted through the tube is different for each signal, there is no chance that they would cause any interference with each other. All this is ideal for businesses, but it is also very pricey. Consumers demand that the higher efficiency and speeds be delivered to them at reasonably affordable rates. This seems hard to be possible with Ethernet over fiber, but is a real possibility with Ethernet over copper. Eoc is definitely able to provide you with greater bandwidth, but not at a better quality. If you want better quality, then it is imperative that you update to fiber technology.
One drawback with Eoc is that it supports up to 15 Mbps, but no more. Eof, on the other hand, is even able to support gigabit Ethernet. Ideally, Eoc is effective if you want to upgrade your T1 line into partial or fully functional DS3 service. Eoc is great for small businesses that need the internet just for checking emails and surfing the web, but larger corporations need Eof. The higher bandwidth certainly makes Eof the only solution to their networking needs.
Finding the right provider
Once you have had a look at your business requirements, you would want to find an Ethernet service provider. Remember, you would be leasing a dedicated line for your business here, so there shouldn't be any need to look at the fiber optic network. A dedicated line is certainly very expensive, but the profits from the business will certainly make up for it. You can still minimize the costs by deciding between paying a flat rate or as per usage. Paying a flat rate means you will get unlimited volume, which is ideal for businesses that have constant data transfer taking place. Although, if there is very little usage and you are getting the line for better efficiency, then you should pay as per usage. You will be charged a minimum amount monthly and assigned with a regular monthly volume. After you have consumed this volume, you will be charged on a per GB basis. If you want the best Ethernet service provider to serve you, you will need to ask around for references and choose the one that is most widely used.