When stability, along with latency, security, and bandwidth are at the forefront of the decision maker’s mind, then dark fiber may be the answer. KKONTech dark fiber is the right decision for many of today’s infrastructure connectivity needs for the following reasons:

Cost-control: Dark fiber costs the same whether you intend to use 1Gb, 10Gb, or 100Gb.

Flexibility: You may run any protocol and any service. You may even choose to install your own multiplexing equipment and slice the fiber into multiple channels (generally 16 channels, but current off-the-shelf hardware allows for up to 160), each usable for 1GB, 10Gb, or 100Gb.

Security: Public access telecommunications networks generally have multiple access points at various nodes throughout the network, whereas dark fiber routes are accessible only at each of the two endpoints of the fiber run.

Scalability: Service may be upgraded as required by simply using higher performance equipment. Only three things limit available bandwidth on dark fiber: Physics, current technology, and your budget.