The bandwidth potential of fibre optics is vastly superior to copper pairs. In contrast to ADSL, fibre optic signals do not deteriorate over distance (from the ADSL connection to the telephone exchange). Therefore, you can benefit from a very high bandwidth transmission, for outgoing and incoming data. Furthermore, fibre optics are not effected by electromagnetic interference. If you decide for a small bandwidth based on fibre optics today, you can easily upgrade your product to highest speed at any time.
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