Better Than Fiber Performance
'Fast' can be defined and measured by latency or the delay of the time data leaves the computer and travels to the Internet and back. In the race to zero latency, Fixed Wireless beats fiber to the finish line for two basic reasons.
1. The shortest point between A and B is a straight line. Fixed Wireless links bypass complicated fiber routes, eliminating miles of data transmission for a direct shot to the Internet backbone.
2. Data travels faster through air than it does over glass (fiber). Unlike fiber, where data is transmitted via light reflections, Fixed Wireless signals travel through air, eliminating the need for any physical medium and further decreasing latency.