Cable companies have made leaps and bounds in business services by offering video, data, voice, and wireless capabilities.  They have been embraced by both big and small businesses.  These companies are aware of their network footprint in more ways than one.  Here is how the networks stack up:

Network Footprints  | BCOS Office Technologies (3)

How it Works:

Data transferred through radio frequency

Who Uses it:

  • Small businesses
  • Large businesses as a backup connection
  • Businesses that haven’t upgraded their infrastructure

Benefits:

  • Lower cost
  • Convenient installation
  • Heavy duty – usually copper
Fiber Cable

How it Works:

Data transmitted by light

Who Uses it:

  • Mostly Large Businesses
  • Newer and upgraded Networks

Benefits:

  • Fast
  • Reliable
  • Higher bandwidths
  • Clearer reception
  • Reduced signal loss