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What Is Network Latency, and Why Is It Important?

What Is Network Latency, and Why Is It Important?

What Is Latency? Latency is the measurement of time between a user’s action on a terminal (hitting “enter”) and the resulting response from the cloud. In the simplest terms, latency describes the amount of delay on a network or internet connection. Low latency implies...

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Fiber Optic Internet: A Conduit for Economic Transformation

Fiber Optic Internet: A Conduit for Economic Transformation

A robust, high-capacity fiber optic network already runs throughout Southern Oregon. One company, LS Networks, is poised to “bridge the digital divide” in the region by making their network available to businesses, educational, healthcare and government operations as...

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3 Reasons Your Business Won’t Survive Without Fiber

3 Reasons Your Business Won’t Survive Without Fiber

Your organization’s internet connection underpins your network so having the best possible connectivity option is non-negotiable. If you’re still relying on outdated internet connectivity like copper cabling, your useful cloud solutions won’t give you any of the...

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Great News for Central Oregon Infrastructure

Great News for Central Oregon Infrastructure

With Growth Comes Infrastructure Investment Demand in Central Oregon In spite of the many challenges of the current year, this remains a great time to live, work and play in Central Oregon. That’s been the case for some time, and word has gotten out. In fact,...

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[Infographic] Why Your Business Needs Fiber Right Now

[Infographic] Why Your Business Needs Fiber Right Now

What is your business doing to stay competitive today? Internet connectivity is an important piece of the puzzle for companies looking to thrive well into the future. If you’re still relying on the same spotty, less-than-fast connectivity method you were using 10...

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Why Fiber?

Why Fiber?

Now more than ever, businesses are focused on preparing themselves for the future. A major piece of this is the method of connectivity you choose. Cable may have been sufficient in the past, but it’s no longer good enough in 2020 and beyond. Fiber is the fastest, most...

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