Gigabit Fiber for Small Businesses

Unleash the power of gigabit fiber internet for your small business.

So Fast, You'll Forget About The Concept of Speed Entirely.

Gigabit internet is internet that runs at up to 1,000Mbps. This is among the fastest broadband in the world! Here are just a few of the many applications that next-generation gigabit broadband services can enable for your business:

  • Fully-Hosted Software Applications
  • 24x7 HD Off-Site Security Camera Recording
  • Quickly Share Files with Customers/Vendors
  • Multi-User High-Definition Video Conferencing
  • Securely Backup Data in Real-Time
  • High-Definition VoIP Phone Calls
  • Stream Dozens of Concurrent High-Def Videos
  • Provide Fast Wi-Fi Without Worry
  • Enable Bandwidth Intensive Applications
  • No Need To Worry About Data Caps

Fiber is Extremely Fast.

Speeds Up to 1 Gigabit-Per-Second

Fiber is light years ahead of older internet access technologies.

Cable - 50Mbps Average Download, Only 10Mbps Average Upload
DSL - 6Mbps Average Download, Only 2Mbps Average Upload
T1 - 1.5Mbps Average Download, Only 1.5Mbps Average Upload
Gigabit Fiber - 900Mbps+ Average Download, 900Mbps+ Average Upload
10 Gigabit Fiber - 9,200Mbps+ Average Download, 9,200Mbps+ Average Upload

Consistent Speed - Fiber has the unparalleled advantage of consistency. Due to it's high capacity, fiber can deliver a consistent speed to users where other technologies cannot.


Download Speed Comparison

This chart compares the amount of time taken to download a file using various methods of internet access, including T1 service, DSL, Cable, and fiber.

ITEM File Size (MB) 1.5Mbps (T1) 6Mbps (DSL) 25Mbps 50Mbps (Cable) 100Mbps (Fiber) Gigabit (Fiber)
Single song 5 31s 7s 1s <1s <1s <1s
YouTube clip (LQ) 10 1m 2s 15 2s 1s <1s <1s
YouTube clip (HQ) 50 5m 10s 1m 17s 18s 9s 4s <1s
Album (HQ) 100 10m 21s 2m 35s 37s 18s 9s <1s
TV Show (HQ) 450 46m 11m 39s 2m 47s 1m 23s 41s 4s
Film (LQ) 700 1h 12m 29s 18m 7s 4m 20s 2m 10s 1m 5s 6s
Film (HQ) 1500 2h 35m 20s 38m 50s 9m 19s 4m 39s 2m 19s 13s
Film (full DVD) 4500 7h 46m 2s 1h 56m 30s 27m 57s 13m 58s 6m 59s 41s
Film (BluRay) 10,000 17h 15m 37s 4h 18m 54s 1h 2m 8s 31m 4s 15m 32s 1m 33s
Average Cable/DSL Speeds obtained from FCC's 2015 Annual Broadband Report. View FCC Report

Small Business Fiber Service Plans

GigaFIBER - Everyone gets a gigabit fiber connection:

Included with service:
  • Ultra-fast Connection
  • 1 FREE Static IP Address
  • Symmetric Download/Upload Speed
  • Low-Latency Supports VoIP Calls Easily
  • Gigabit Fiber Optic Modem Included
  • 24x7 Priority Phone & Email Support

Speeds Up To
1,000 Megabits-per-second
Both Download AND Upload
As Low as

For small business customers looking for plans slower than 1Gbps, we also offer the following:

SmallFIBER Plans - From 50Mbps to 300Mbps

SmallFIBER 50


Starting At
  • 50Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 1-3 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support
SmallFIBER 100


Starting At
  • 100Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 4-9 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support
SmallFIBER 200


Starting At
  • 200Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 10-20 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support
SmallFIBER 300


Starting At
  • 300Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 21-40 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support

DedicatedFIBER - Dedicated service for the most demanding applications:

DedicatedFIBER 50


Starting At
  • Dedicated Capacity
  • 50/50Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 1-3 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support
DedicatedFIBER 100


Starting At
  • Dedicated Capacity
  • 100/100Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 4-9 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support
DedicatedFIBER 200


Starting At
  • Dedicated Capacity
  • 200/200Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 10-20 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support
DedicatedFIBER 300


Starting At
  • Dedicated Capacity
  • 300/300Mbps Fiber Internet
  • 1 Static IP Address Included
  • Recommended for 21-40 Users
  • 24x7 Phone & Email Support

Pricing shown is for a new 3-year agreement. Various other agreement term options are available. Installation may be extra. Contact us for the full rates, terms, and conditions.

Business Advantages of Fiber


Investing in fiber-optic internet can significantly increase your access to bandwidth. Older copper wire infrastructure and TDM technologies are limited in capacity. Because these were originally designed for transmitting voice calls only, the demand for bandwidth wasn't high. For instance, T1's can only carry 1.5 Mbps of internet traffic. DSL (over phone lines) typically carries up to 6Mbps of internet traffic. And because of how electrical signaling works, many types of connections over copper wiring are severly impacted by the wiring distance. The longer the wire to reach the end customer, the slower the service may be.

Services like Ethernet over Copper (EoC) are typically not available if the circuit wiring is longer than 15,000 feet to the end customer. For organizations considering shifting their voice communications to Voice-Over-IP (VoIP), having your bandwidth delivered over fiber can be an indispensable asset.

Upload/Download Speed

Is the speed increase of fiber-optic internet noticeable compared to copper-based technologies? Absolutely!

Many Tekify customers using our fiber network can transmit data at 1 gigabit-per-second. That's many times faster than the federal government's definition of broadband service, which is 25Mbps download and 3Mbps upload as of January 2015.

Cable internet typically maxes out at only 20Mbps upload, and often up to 200Mbps download in select areas. DSL typically maxes out at less than 2Mbps upload, and often 6Mbps download.

With fiber's technological advancement, the concept of "waiting for things to load" is a thing of the past. View our download speed matrix above to compare to slower internet services.


The signal for copper Internet networks degrades as the signal is carried from the internet service provider's central office (CO) to the end customer's location. Fiber optic technology was originally developed for use in long haul networks spanning great distances. Fiber technology's ability to send data over long distances without losing speed is one of it's major strengths.

Certain types of fiber connections can be transmitted for almost 100 miles without the need for any amplification. While most business build outs won't require similarly robust types of fiber connections, your signal isn't in danger of degrading within shorter metropolitan fiber networks that would serve your business.

And unlike copper connections, fiber service doesn't slow down with distance. Fiber connections either work or they don't - there is no degradation due to distance. The resulting internet service is fast every time!


In an era of increased attention towards cyber security, fiber-optic internet is touted as a cost-effective way of instantly increasing your Internet security. Intercepting copper cable can be performed easily by connecting taps to a line to pick up the electronic signals.

Putting a tap on a fiber-optic internet cable to intercept data transmissions is incredibly difficult. It's also easy to quickly identify compromised cables with the use of light-level measurements.


There are a number of factors that can cause outages when an organization is reliant on copper cable-based internet. Temperature fluctuations, severe weather conditions, and moisture can all cause a loss of connectivity. Old or worn out copper cable can even present a fire hazard, due to the fact it carries an electric current. Additional reliability concerns associated with copper wiring include risks of interference from other nearby copper wiring, electronics or even nearby radio signals. Also, copper wiring goes back to the telephone company's central office where disconnections can happen. Our fiber network is fundamentally independent of the phone company, their equipment and their termination points.

Cable Size

The speed of internet transmitted via copper wiring is directly correlated with the number, weight, and size of the copper wiring used. For a business to achieve a higher speeds, more wiring pairs or cables must be used, which requires more space in a company's telecommunications room and conduits. With the price of copper as high as it is, this is an expensive proposition.

Fiber internet speed is not related to the size of the fiber cable. Fiber cables are far lighter weight and smaller than copper, which means they're easier to use and less demanding of limited space in small phone rooms and conduits.


In some cases, investing in new fiber internet might cost more than using old copper wiring in the short term. Ultimately however, the total cost of ownership (TCO) over the lifetime of fiber is lower when considering the extra benefits fiber internet delivers for your business.

The advantages of fiber make it a more cost-effective investment for organizations of all sizes.

We're Fiber Experts

As with any technology refresh, you'll want to work with experts who understand the technology, it's benefits, and it's limitations. We are experts in fiber connectivity. We can deliver fiber-based services to your location quickly, safely, efficiently, autonomously, and painlessly.

There should be no reason not to use fiber internet service from Tekify.

While IT needs can vary drastically between businesses, the benefits of fiber-optic internet are making it an increasingly common choice for most businesses who have it as an option to them. Companies who choose to invest in fiber typically find that the total cost of ownership, bandwidth potential, and speed gains are immediately noticeable and unparalleled compared to older internet access technologies.

Small Business Fiber Availability

Available to Select Businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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