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As the Internet becomes a necessary part of the world today and more and more people rely on the Internet as their tool for income, it is so important to find the best fiber system for sending and receiving data. Most people have heard of DSL, dial up, and T1 lines. But, there is one type of fiber that many people are hoping to use to get faster and more consistent service and that is called Dark Fiber.
The fiber that people are hoping to get their data to cross is called dark fiber. This does not mean that the fiber is a darker color or in some way dangerous. The fiber is unused; and therefore, considered to be dark. It is all over the world and is built into infrastructure. Those who want uninterrupted Internet service at the highest speeds want to get their hands on this valuable commodity.
At this time, there are not very many service providers who have access to dark fiber. But, those service providers are online and they are ready to set up dark fiber networks. The dark fiber networks will not be cheap, and they will not necessarily be just yours to use. Many of the dark fiber providers want to share the fibers with co-users, which makes the line price a little less expensive and it keeps other competitive business off of your line because you and a co-user have the dark fiber covered with your information.
Before you get too deep into your search for a dark fiber line, you should contact us to see if the current Internet provider is able to provide dark fiber services. If they do not, they might be able to connect you to a legitimate dark fiber provider that will help you get the services that you need.
You will most likely need to speak with someone at the dark fiber networks office or you will need to have an email thread with them. Be sure to save the email thread. The dark fiber provider will need to know several things about your office, with the most important thing being your location.
Once you have established your location, the employee will need to determine if there is even any dark fiber available to and from your company. If there is not, then he or she will need to determine if there was any and who is currently occupying it. Depending on their usage, you might be able to be a co-user with the business or other organization.
If there is another organization using the dark fiber near you, the network provider will need to do a few things before he or she can give you a quote or an estimate to get you on that line. The provider will need to see how much of the dark fibre the other organization is using, whether they are borrowing from another organization, and if there is any way to get your business on any dark fiber networks anywhere else nearby, too.
Setting up dark fiber networks can be done over the Internet, but it might take longer to get the account arranged than if you simply needed a T1 or DSL line from a popular commercial provider. Â
Once you set up dark fiber networks, you should start to see your Internet bills drop. Because dark fiber is not being used on a regular basis or at all, it does not cost as much to use the lines as the busy lines cost to use. Using and paying for dark fiber is like a bonus for the owners of the lines because they were not getting any pay for the lines prior to you using them.
As more and more people learn about this cheaper option for Internet service, more and more people will sign up to use dark fiber networds and the prices will increase as the demand increases.Â
May 26, 2013, 12:33:26 am, America/Chicago