Irish telecoms company Vodafone has revealed the different kinds of data transmission networks in Ireland, and explains the reasons behind why data transmission is so different.
Here are some of the key facts:1.
Data transmission is carried over fibre optic cables2.
The fibre optic network is the backbone of the data transmission system3.
The majority of data is sent over fiber optic cables in Ireland4.
The data is encrypted and encrypted data is then sent over the fiber optic cable.5.
The encryption is not the only factor that determines the encryption used.
It is a requirement of a fibre optic cable to be able to encrypt and decrypt data.6.
The internet has changed the way in which data is transmitted.
It has changed how we think about data transmission.7.
Ireland has a high number of data centres and data centres are used by many different businesses.8.
Data is transferred in different ways, depending on the business.
Data can be sent via a cable, by satellite, by the internet or by any other means.9.
Ireland is home to over 50,000 data centres10.
Ireland’s fibre optic transmission system is the most robust in the EU11.
The most important thing about data is not just the speed, but the quality of the information being transmitted.