06 Feb Spectrotel Launches Ethernet Over Fiber Service
Spectrotel, a Competitive Local Exchange Company based in New Jersey, recently announced its plans to launch their newest service, Ethernet over Fiber (EoF), in order to meet the rapidly growing demand for Ethernet services. EoF utilizes Ethernet technology to provide high bandwidth broadband Internet access delivered over fiber optic cables.
Spectrotel consistently strives to provide quality, affordable, and personalized telecommunications services to customers of all sizes nationwide. Ross Artale, Spectrotel’s Chief Operating Officer stated, “Ethernet over Fiber offers the ideal technology for building resilient enterprise networks due to its standardization and flexibility.”
Currently, Spectrotel’s metro area Ethernet providers jointly have over 25,000 lit buildings globally. For businesses located in these fiber lit buildings, Spectrotel can provide Ethernet over Fiber service using the Metro Fiber Network at standard service speeds of 5 Mbps to 1 Gbps.
On the other hand, for businesses that are not located in one of these fiber lit buildings, Spectrotel can provide EoF service over the Access Fiber Network using their fiber optic infrastructure to present standard service speeds of 10, 50 and 100 Mbps, as well as even higher speeds if needed. Spectrotel’s Access Fiber Network is currently available in 13 LATA Boundaries on the east coast of the United States.
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