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Why Fiber Routes, Fiber LIT Buildings, and Cell Towers?

Carrier fiber optic lines are the backbone of America's telecommunications infrastructure. These vital lines of communication connect neighborhoods to cities, cities to states, and states to entire countries. These fiber optic routes can provide even more information when connected to fiber optic lighting buildings.



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"Fiber-lighted buildings provide bandwidth capacity to end-user applications and display service providers with fiber-optic or connected optical switches."



Fiber optic routes are connected to fiber optic illuminated buildings, providing users or building residents with access to fiber optic internet. Fiber optic routes also connect to cell phone towers. "Most [cellular] towers are connected by fiber optics, providing virtually unlimited bandwidth. In remote areas, fiber optic cables can be expensive to install, so microwave links are often used." Modern towers have replaced old copper coaxial cables , thereby reducing the cost and weight of the tower itself.



When all aspects of telecommunications infrastructure, especially cell towers, fiber optic lines, and lighting buildings are properly assessed, it can provide businesses with insurmountable insight.



Fiber Optic Data Creates Business Insights



Fiber data, such as fiber-lit buildings, cell towers, and carrier fiber routes, can provide insights to help make informed business decisions. Organizations can leverage this data in the following ways.



· Competitive analysis


· Planning development or revitalization projects


· Real Estate Valuation


· Target marketing


· Segment analysis


· Encourage business leaders to invest in the community


· Coordinate system integration installation


· Geographically targeted network coverage and pricing


· Identify potential opportunities


Premier Cable helps you create and maintain wireless networks by providing quality cables, value-added services, and integrated solutions.


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