FiOS in California

FiOS in California

FiOS is Verizon’s premier digital entertainment and communications service, and it offers residents of California from San Jacinto to Newbury Park the fastest broadband, the best digital cable, and the greatest Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology that Homeland or Indio residents have ever seen.  Truly, California is a place blessed with the latest in technologies and broadband is certainly on the top of that list thanks to the fiber optic-backed FiOS network.  Why is FiOS so popular all the way from Malibu and Manhattan Beach to Menifee and March Air Reserve Base?  The answer is clear: Power, and lots of it.

California has long since been a place associated with power, but also with showiness and high-tech subtlety and fiber optics fits this bill perfectly by combining the power of energy-efficient light and high-tech networking.  The result is a dramatic increase in speeds while actually making an extremely large improvement in overall environmental friendliness, and that’s something that residents in Anaheim and Apple Valley all the way to Chino and Coachella can appreciate in more ways than one.  Few services make you just as happy to be in the home as out of the house in lovely California, but FiOS is one of them.

Inside the house you get blazing fast broadband that can send a signal from Fallbrook to Fontana at the speed of light and back again in less time than it takes to blink an eye!  This means excellent gaming and real time chatting for residents of Cypress and Corona all the way to the homes of Midway City and Moreno Valley.  The fact of the matter is that nobody serves the Los Angeles and Riverside regions with broadband that can even hold a candle to FiOS, from Covina to Pamona, and Ontario.  Why?  Because the competition is still using electricity that pollutes, requires compromises in performance, and just cannot get the job done the way true networking fiber can.

What is more, Verizon users get some of the most amazing digital media convergence technologies around.  Cindy from City Ranch can schedule and manager her DVR remotely from around the world with FiOS, while Paul from Pamona and Rich from Riverside can enjoy not only a great online gaming session that plays like they were in the next room and not miles away, but they can also both get the latest crystal clear HD and ponderous library of on demand titles that Dale from Desert Hot Springs can access.  Integrated digital telephone service utilizing Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology allows Irwin from Indio to make international calls to his cousin Charlie who is touring China for the summer.  All of this delivered over a single thin little fiber optic cable that consumes a slender fraction of energy that a far slower and less-capable electrical wire three times the diameter is capable of.

Best of all, Verizon’s FiOS service is constantly growing and expanding.  Every two years or less the speeds seem to double and new areas are added to the growing fiber optical network.  At this stage California is set to prove that it is only a matter of time until the rest of the country wakes up and realizes that it has once again been left behind when it comes to the greatest technology and entertainment.