A fiber connection lets you hop online thanks to fiber-optic cables, which use light signals to send data to and from your computer.
Because of the newer technology behind it, fiber internet far surpasses DSL and cable internet in terms of internet connection speed and reliability.
Fiber Internet is the latest change to the way data is transferred around the globe. It’s much faster than cable, way faster than dial-up, and can carry large amounts of data in a single line, often reaching multiple terabits of data transfer fairly easily.
Cable internet uses coaxial cable, also made from copper, and is generally bundled with the same cables used to run the television network. This is why many ISPs offer bundled plans with a TV subscription and Internet Access. The average speed for cable varies but ranges from around 20 Mbps to 100 Mbps.
In West Quay Offices we offer 1.5 Gbps fiber internet with highest download, upload and ping speeds. As it can be seen on speed test screenshot below.