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How Much Better are Fiber Optics?


Fiber optics not only allows for the fastest delivery of data and voice services, but it does so more reliably and with greater consistency than other data delivery methods. With Fiber Optic service, your speed doesn't vary or slow down when your neighbors get online or during times of peak Internet usage. And the service with Fiber Optic cable is just as good if you're the farthest connection from the Salsgiver facility or if you're right next door.


When Salsgiver quotes your download and upload speeds, we're giving it to you straight! 15 Mbps download speed with Salsgiver means 15 Mbps all the time. We don't do burstable speed configurations that give the appearance of faster speeds by only allowing very fast speeds within the first few seconds of every download.


Besides being the fastest, most reliable and consistent means of transferring data, Fiber Optic is actually safer than DSL or Cable modem services. DSL and Cable service providers use copper wires (conductive metal) to deliver Internet and voice. Salsgiver Fiber Optic delivers voice and data over non-conductive glass and plastic cable, which helps prevent electrical surges and lightening strikes from entering your home as it can on traditional phone or internet service lines. With Salsgiver Fiber Optic, you have a far less chance of sustaining lightening-related computer damage and there is no modem to replace or reset.


Salsgiver Fiber Optic is a passive system, meaning that power does not need to be applied within the system network. During power outages, the fiber optic network keeps running while cable and DSL systems can go down. And all Salsgiver Fiber Optic customers get a power supply with a backup battery that maintains VoIP phone connectivity for at least 8 hours during extended power outages.