You already know we’re in the business of Fibre (if you don’t – which rock have you been living under, and does it have electricity? Because we don’t!). What many don’t realise, however, is that there’s far more to Fibre than endless hours on Netflix or complaining when your Teams call starts buffering. In fact, organisations across the world (especially within the last two years) have rapidly come to understand that, when it comes to staying relevant (and operational) in 2023, Connectivity is King – and the undisputed King of Connectivity has got to be Fibre.

As a business owner, you know that time is money. Every minute you spend waiting for an email to load, a file to upload, or a video to buffer is a minute wasted. Slow internet is not just frustrating, it’s a productivity killer – which is why FTTB has become not so much a want, but a NEED to any organisation hoping to stay afloat in this new era of digitization.

So, that’s the ‘why’ sorted – but let’s back it up a bit and look at the ‘what’.

First things first – what is Business Fibre?

Simply put, FTTB is a high-speed internet connection that uses Fibre optic cables to transmit Data. Unlike traditional copper cables (you know, the ones that guy by the robot used to try and steal), Fibre optic cables use light to carry data, which means they can transmit information much faster and over longer distances. This makes Fibre internet the fastest and most reliable option for businesses. Emails, calls, Cloud Services, file sharing – anything which involves or requires speed, large amounts of information, efficiency and optimised solutions all stand to benefit from an effective FTTB connection. The end result? Productive employees who can work faster, communicate better, and ultimately transition into the consummate modern workforce.

Why Your Business Needs Fibre

The bottom line? If your business relies on the internet for everyday operations, you need Business Fibre. Still not sold? Here are a few reasons why:

  • Speed: Fibre internet can reach speeds of up to 1Gbps (that’s 1000Mbps – which, incidentally, you can get from Vox). This means you can download a 2-hour movie in literally a few seconds – so imagine what it can do with valuable company resources. With FTTB internet, you’ll never have to wait for a file to upload or a website to load again.
  • Reliability: Fibre optic cables are more durable than copper cables and can withstand harsh weather conditions. This means your internet connection will be more stable and less likely to experience downtime – even if Freddy (or whichever Cyclone is passing by) happens to make an appearance.
  • Scalability: Fibre internet can grow as your business does (and often contribute to said growth immensely). As you add more employees and devices, you can easily upgrade your internet speed to keep up with demand.
  • Security: Fibre internet is more secure than traditional internet connections. With Fibre, your data is encrypted and travels through a dedicated line, which means it’s less vulnerable to hacking and cyber-attacks.
  • Cost-effectiveness: While the initial cost of installing FTTB may seem higher than other options, it will save you money in the long run. With faster internet, your employees will be more productive, which means you’ll be able to get more done in less time.

So, it’s faster, it’s safer, it grows as you do, and you can rely on it? Sounds like a win-win (or win-win-win-win) to us. In fact, the only major risk we see is that by NOT enjoying the immeasurable benefits which FTTB has to offer, you fall behind those competitors who’ve taken the leap of faith.

In today’s fast-paced business world, slow internet is not an option. Business Fibre is the fastest and most reliable option for businesses – fact. With its speed, reliability, scalability, security, and cost-effectiveness, FTTB is a no-brainer for any business that relies on the internet for day-to-day operations.

So why settle for slow internet when you can have optimised Business Fibre from Vox? Upgrade your organisational Internet today and see the difference for yourself – you can thank us later.