Celerix specializes when it comes to fibre optic cables. That's why we decided to end some myths that many people think about. Is it even more expensive? What about the security of data transmission? We're going to end up with some myths: values are high? With advances in manufacturing and installation, today a fiber optic circuit ends up going even cheaper than other technologies. Once installed, the need for fiber maintenance is much lower due to its durability and endurance (which is already more robust than other more traditional ones). In the past the system was more expensive, but today the scenario has changed. Is installation more complicated? Another myth that originated in the past. Yes, in the past the connectors and terminations were even a bit complicated to install because the process involved a thorough work with an expert-and there were few who did this work. Today, with advanced connector technology, many technicians even prefer fiber optics for their smallest diameter and weight. Today we have a more sturdy cable and the ideal size to pass anywhere and many professionals who do the installation. So today is much easier to install. Can the fiber optic break down because it's glass? Although core fiber optic is fragile in its core made of glass, all the rest is super resistant-more than traditional copper cables. The fiber optic supports more voltage, greater variety of temperature and is immune to electromagnetic interference-so much that military operations only use this technology in its communication. Can you hack it? The fiber is safe in terms of privacy. This happens because it is easier and cheaper to intercept an electrical wiring than a fiber optic-not to mention that the copper wires can even leak electromagnetic signals. In fiber optics, the light has no way out of the wiring. However, it gives hacking information transmitted by the fiber but APRA both will need to cut the cable. Other than that, is it totally safe the Internet speed system is smaller or larger? Much quicker! It is considered today as the most agile way to bring internet to businesses and residences. The data transmission capacity is much higher (between 10 to 80 gigabits per second in a single channel), so the information arrives faster than in a connection via copper cables.