Fiber-optic internet is a considerable advance over other forms of internet access, such as satellite, DSL, and cable internet, because speed and dependability are at the heart of a strong internet connection.

High upload and download speeds, as well as stability and scalability, are all advantages of fiber-optic internet. Fiber-optic internet connections have these characteristics built in to provide consumers with a more smooth online experience.

Are you new to fiber-optic internet and want to see what this type of service has to offer? The directional boring fiber optic cable and fiber-optic installation will be discussed in this article.

What Is Fiber-Optic Internet and How Does It Work?

Fiber-optic internet is transmitted over great distances via cables that employ small strands of glass or plastic fiber, sometimes known as “optical fiber,” to transfer data as light pulses. It gets its name from the fact that it makes use of light-based (optical) technologies.

Consider how information flows over long distances as electrical pulses over copper connections, as with cable and DSL internet. The information is conveyed as a beam of light over fiber cables in fiber-optic internet through a fiber-optic directional boring, which operates similarly.

As a result, light passes through fiber-optic cables either straight through the center of the fiber, as with single-mode fiber cables, or bounces off the interior walls of the cable, as with multi-mode fiber cables, to reach its destination. The structure of fiber-optic cable is divided into two components:

The light flows through the primary section, known as the core (in the center), while the other half, known as cladding (wrapped around the core), keeps the light imprisoned inside the core. Splicing, which involves joining two strands using a fusion splicer, also helps to avoid light leakage.

What Is the Process of Installing Fiber-Optic Internet in My Home?

The process of installing fiber-optic internet in your house is known as “Fiber to the Home” (FTTH) or “Fiber to the Premises” (FTTP), however, the terms are interchangeable.

Setting up an optical fiber communication signal via a fiber optic directional boring is somewhat similar to constructing a cable or DSL internet connection. Optical cables are used to replace conventional DSL infrastructure, such as coaxial cables and telephone wires. If you’re thinking about installing fiber-optic internet in your home or workplace, the first step is to make sure your internet service provider provides fiber-optic internet in your area. You can contact the nearest professional directional boring services in your area to assist you. 

Fiber-Optic Internet’s Advantages

Fiber-optic internet is without a doubt the present and future of telecommunications.

Fiber-Optic Internet Speed vs. DSL Internet Speed

If you’re unfamiliar with the notion of internet speed, the rate of data movement per time is an easy way to grasp it.

Fiber-optic networks use optical fiber connections to transmit data in the form of light. As a result, it can give wired rates of up to 1 gigabit per second (1,000 Mbps). Cable or DSL internet, on the other hand, receives and transmits data via existing telephone line wire — copper wires.

Reliability of Fiber-Optic Internet

Fiber-optic internet is distinguished by the fact that it is meant to have far less signal interference than other forms of broadband internet connections. As a consequence, you don’t have to be concerned about the quality of your internet connection being affected by changes in the weather. Due to the protective cover provided by cable jackets, fiber-optic cabling is also less prone to damage. Fiber-optic cables can also be extended via efficient cable management, such as the use of tube cables.

What Can You Expect during the Installation of a Fiber-Optic Cable?

When our Advanced Line System crews arrive to install your fiber optic wiring, here’s what you can expect:

  • We’ll start by marking the ground with flags or paint. These service signs will show us where underground utility lines are so we don’t damage them by accident. Please keep these markings in place until the fiber optic cable installation is finished; 
  • The installation location will next be surrounded by a narrow, shallow trench dug by our personnel. Several pieces of heavy machinery will be used throughout this phase of the building. This is the only time we’ll need to dig or utilize machinery to install your fiber optic line at this stage; 
  • The fiber optic cable is then fed via an existing conduit to finish the construction phase of the project. The wire will then be connected to a box mounted on the outside of your home, generally near the electricity meter; and 
  • After that, you engage with an internet provider to finish setting up a new wireless network.


We make sure that the fiber optic cable installation through fiber optic directional boring is as smooth as possible while yet offering excellent service. Please contact us right away if you have any queries about the installation procedure or would want to schedule a site evaluation.