Understanding Dark Fiber

Why American Dark Fiber

Looking for a reliable dark fiber solution in Los Angeles? We are your solution. American Dark Fiber was founded in 2017. Our focus is solely on providing dark fiber connectivity to municipalities, carriers, anchor institutions, content developers, data-center & FTTx operators, and other sophisticated private network users in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Some of these users include  financial institutes, healthcare facilities, entertainment facilities and event venues.  With the emergence of 5G and IoT connectivity needs, ADF has the experience to expeditiously and cost effectively develop fiber in the public ROW.  Their flat-rate usage allows for massive cost savings for users of high-speed bandwidth. 

Dark Fiber is “unmetered” and provides virtually unlimited bandwidth for your applications. ADF installs the physical fiber cable to your building or datacenter. You determine what speeds and applications fit your dynamic requirements-not the carriers.

What is 5G and IoT Connectivity

What is IoT connectivity?

IoT connectivity is the means by which an IoT device, which can be anything from a simple sensor in a factory to a self-driving vehicle and encompasses applications from streetlights to robots, connects to the cloud, other devices and integration points such as IoT gateways. IoT connectivity is essential because it enables the I of IoT, without it, devices are just things. It is the IoT connectivity that brings value from IoT by communicating their data to enable action to be taken, services to be delivered and revenue generated.

What is 5G

In telecommunications, 5G is the fifth-generation technology standard for broadband cellular networks. Cellular phone companies began deploying this technology worldwide in 2019. It is the successor to the 4G networks which use to provide connectivity to most cellphones.

Purpose of 5G

With 5G, data transmitted over wireless broadband connections can travel at multigigabit speeds, with potential peak speeds as high as 20 gigabits per second (Gbps) by some estimates. These speeds exceed wireline network speeds and offer latency of below 5 milliseconds (ms) or lower, which is useful for applications that require real-time feedback. 5G will enable a sharp increase in the amount of data transmitted over wireless systems due to more available bandwidth and advanced antenna technology.

What is dark fiber wavelength?

Dark fiber is able to simultaneously carry multiple wavelengths, providing much higher bandwidth, lower latency and greater security. When leasing, businesses have all the wavelengths of fiber-optic infrastructure at their disposal. Follow us on Facebook HERE.

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