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Dark Fibre

What is dark fibre and what are the benefits?

Network downtime can be problematic, and processes to minimise the potential disruption are very imprint to the smooth running of your business.

Modern internet traffic is carried by miles and miles of fast fibre optic cabling that’s been laid in the ground. However, not all of that fibre optic cabling is being utilised.

In its most basic form, fibre optic cabling is a glass conductor between a transmitter (laser beam) and a receiver. The electronic signals are changed to pulses of light for the laser to transmit, the receiver then collects these pulses of light and converts them back into electronic signals.

From disaster recovery to cost savings dark fibre provides is an asset to any network infrastructure.