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 MRMS Business Fiber Optic Internet

Fibre Optic Internet : Fibre optic technology uses glass (or plastic) threads (fibres) to transmit data. Fibre optic cable typically consists of multiple glass threads, each of which is capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves.

 

We are Sydney base Australian company and our support team is located in Australia.  Why do you waste your money on copper Internet or Standard NBN Internet? Connect with our direct Fibre Optic Internet. Select your Plan today.

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200M/200M FIBre

 $900 

COST FROM $900 PER MONTH 
TOTAL MINIMUM COST IIN 36 MONTHS
$32,400 
MRMS FIBER OPTIC INTERNET 
200MBPS/200MBPS 
CONTRACT TERM – 36 MONTHS 
DATA ALLOWANCE - UNLIMITED 

$o iNSTALLATION FEE

400M/400M FIBre

 $440 

COST FROM $440 PER MONTH 
TOTAL MINIMUM COST IIN 48 MONTHS
$15,800 
MRMS FIBER OPTIC INTERNET 
400MBPS/400MBPS 
CONTRACT TERM – 48 MONTHS 
DATA ALLOWANCE - UNLIMITED 

$0 installation fee

500M/500M FIBre

 $1100 

COST FROM $1100 PER MONTH 
TOTAL MINIMUM COST IIN 36 MONTHS
$39,600 
MRMS FIBER OPTIC INTERNET 
500MBPS/500MBPS 
CONTRACT TERM – 36 MONTHS 
DATA ALLOWANCE - UNLIMITED 

$0 INSTALLATION FEE

1TB/1TB FIBre

 $880 

COST FROM $880 PER MONTH 
TOTAL MINIMUM COST IIN  48 MONTHS
$42,240 
MRMS FIBER OPTIC INTERNET 
1TB/1TB 
CONTRACT TERM –  48 MONTHS 
DATA ALLOWANCE - UNLIMITED 

$0 INSTALLATION FEE 

Fibre optic cable typically consists of multiple glass threads, each of which is capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves.

  • Service Level Agreements on service availability and fault restoration.
  • Assurance of quality of service. Rebate for customers when SLA not met.
  • Business-only network, separated from consumer traffic.
  • Traffic is delivered without the delay associated with network congestion.
  • SLA ( Service level availability ) : 99.95%.
  • State of the art Juniper core network: (High performance on service availability, ping time and latency) in addition it offers Multiple static IP addresses.
  • Professional installation and 24×7 dedicated IT certified business technical support will be provided.
  • It could provide 1:1 contention ratio .
  • Fibre have a much greater bandwidth than metal cables and currently offer ultra-high speeds ranging from 1Mbps – 10Gbps symmetric (same download and upload speeds).
  • Fibre is less susceptible to interference than metal cables which essentially means they can carry more data, offer high availability, minimal packet loss and low latency; ideal for growing networks.
  • Fibre is much thinner and lighter than metal wires.
  • Fibre transmits data digitally (the natural form of computer data) rather than analogically.

The main disadvantage of fibre optics in the past was the high cost of installation because it was considered more fragile and difficult to connect (splice) than metal cable. However advancements in technology have made the price much more affordable and in many cases fibre solutions are actually less costly than copper.

Once installed, there is little argument that fibre optics is more versatile and more cost effective than traditional metal cabling solutions.

TYPICAL FIBRE OPTIC USES

These benefits of Fibre optics make it a particularly popular technology for local area networks (LAN).

Fibre Optic Internet would typically be used by businesses with greater than ten (10) end- users, for connection to common IT infrastructure or hosted applications (over the internet).

As bandwidth demands increase rapidly with technological advances, fibre will continue to play a vital role in the long-term success of more reliable telecommunications.

In addition, telephone companies and bandwidth carriers are steadily replacing traditional metal telephone lines with fibre optic cables. It is widely accepted that almost all future communications will utilise some form of fibre optics.

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