Fibr Home’s Most Powerful Broadband

How fast? How furious? When it comes to internet connection, speed is what matters most! The faster your connection, the more you could maximize your time.

Imagine, if you are a writer or blogger like me, or let’s say you are a student who is finishing a project or assignment using your notebook and you want to possess that full concentration on what you’re doing, then you might want to listen to the latest and relaxing music via YouTube. Hence, in order for your notebook to perform efficiently, you must connect it to the internet, but what if you’re doing some research and downloading videos at the same time, I don’t think you could still play any YouTube video properly because downloading videos or music takes much of the bandwidth, and researching might takes quite sometime too depending on the traffic of the webpage you are visiting.

I can still remember the time when we connect to the internet thirteen (13) or twelve (12) years ago, we were using dial up connection that breaks up everytime there’s an incoming call since it’s only connected via the telephone. So if you are streaming a video, you will most likely be disconnected. Quite a frustration, huh! Thus, the internet speed during that time was not that acceptable for video streaming, but sufficient only for research and email.

When I was still studying in college, my professor told me that there are different ways to connect to the internet; hence dial-up is just one of them. There’s this so-called Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) wherein you could connect to the internet 10 times faster than dial-up, but the thing is you’ll have a monthly bill. Furthermore, our professor shared to us that big companies are using a dedicated leased line in order for them to compete well for their business using twisted pair of cables.

But the demand for speed connection is tremendously growing, as social networking sites become part of human need. Apparently, the internet facilities are now being connected using Fiber Optics. With the use of light waves, it could transmit a significant amount of data from one area to the other in a micro or even in nanoseconds.

How useful is your gadget if you are not connected to a high speed internet? Well, it’s just as plain as your regular planner, calendar or To-Do list or Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) – I don’t know if you’re still familiar with this gadget.

How would the odds be in your favor if you had a Fibr connection? If you have a business, then it’s like bridging a personal connection to your prospects or potential customers. On the otherhand, if you’re planning to subscribe for a Fibr connection at home, it’s pretty much like bringing your family closer together because the faster everyone can complete their tasks like doing the assignments (browsing of multiple websites), accomplishing online jobs, then the family members can have a quality time with one another inside their home by streaming hundreds of blockbuster movies on-demand from Clickplay or by watching Cignal Digital TV Channels. This service is now available in over 800 fiber-powered villages nationwide.

Interested in the advantages of this great technology? Well you could visit www.pldthome.com or call 101-FIBR (3427) for more details. (AAP)

 

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About Aleks

Engr. Aleksandre Pates (a.k.a. Aleks) is an I.T. Professional and Electronics Engineer by profession, but it didn’t hinder him to enrich his skills and broaden his experience in theater and literary. He is also a College Instructor/Professor, Playwright, Artistic/Creative Director, Singer, Songwriter/Composer, Resource Speaker/Lecturer of Campus Journalism, Editorial Writing, Creative Writing and Leadership Empowerment for Youth. He is a Palanca Awardee, and he was the Editor-In-Chief of The Philippine Artisan (official student publication of TUP-Manila) from 2003-2007. He is a Certified Oracle Partner Expert since 2010, and a member of the prolific playwright organizations in the Philippines, The WritersBloc. He also holds numerous positions in socio-civic and professional organizations like Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines (IECEP – Manila Chapter).
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