Shifting Services over Fiber

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Several services are provided to our company. Internet, Link with another comany, Videoconferencing, ISDN telephone lines. We are shifting to fiber now. Is it recommened to use only one pair of fiber to carry all these services and then segment them. Or for example, use a seperate pair of fiber for videoconferencing. What is the best solution?

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Personally I have not had issues with using one fiber pair for all my services. We have had 100% up time on our fiber in the last 9 months. But in a high profile situation I would break it up as to not put all my eggs in one basket.

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    1 pair. Demux your fiber via distribution through CSU/DSU. 1 pair can be up to 107Gigabites per second (http://www.teleclick.ca/2006/12/siemens-achieves-fiber-optic-data-bandwidth-of-107-gbps/). You were just talking the drop-off?
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