The industries we work in are constantly evolving. We’re committed to staying on the cutting edge in each of our respective fields, because to do otherwise is a disservice to our customers, our industry and ourselves
The industries we work in are constantly evolving. We’re committed to staying on the cutting edge in each of our respective fields, because to do otherwise is a disservice to our customers, our industry and ourselves.
As a customer, you rely heavily on the expertise of the professionals you hire. You have your own work to focus on, so naturally you can’t be expected to keep up with industry advancements. That’s our job --- to keep you informed of breakthroughs, industry developments, and new technologies that are relevant to you.
The greatest driver of change, of course, is profit --- yours and ours. Advancements tend to make us more money by saving you money.
Typically, that’s by offering an improvement to an old solution that:
1) delivers a better result, and
2) is more cost-effective
For instance, we’re confident that fiber optics is the absolute best in telecommunication technology, especially in commercial applications.
But we could only be confident about that by keeping up with the deployment of 5G and satellite broadband services like Starlink. Assessing the pros and cons of each reveals that fiber optics is superior in several ways:
1) it’s a more reliable connection
2) it’s faster, significantly
3) it offers upload speeds that are equal to download speeds, which is unique to fiber optics
4) it can handle more users simultaneously
5) it’s more widely available
The upfront installation costs of fiber are far outweighed by all of the above. If you’re even able to get5G or satellite, those “savings” will come back to haunt you in the form of unreliable connections and lower data transmission.
If you rely on bandwidth to make money, as most businesses do nowadays, fiber is probably your best option. 5G and satellite have all the vogue of technology of the future, but fiber is the future.
We want you to share in our confidence. You can see out library of resources below to learn more about fiber optics, 5G and low-orbit satellite broadband:
Some info on the debate about health concerns surrounding 5G. Click here.
Submarine fiber optics: the backbone of the entire internet. Click here.
How fiber optic cables are joined. Click here.
Is Starlink going to make telecomms cabling obsolete? Click here.
The current 5G picture in Washington State. Click here.
5G vs 4G: technology, capacity, limitations. Click here.
5G, fiber optics, and the (not so) fast future of telecommunication. Click here.
How fiber optic cables are made. Click here.
Perhaps our favorite example of a win-win for everybody is the latest in pipe repairs: trenchless pipelining. It takes an old problem and offers a new solution that is superior in multiple ways, such as time, cost, impact.
Once upon a time, there was only one way to fix a broken sewer pipe: excavate the pipe, find the trouble spot, repair or replace the pipe, and backfill the trench. That process is noisy, invasive and destructive to your yard.
It’ll leave you with a strip of bare dirt/mud running across your yard (as well as some track marks from the heavy equipment) to remind you of your recent mishap. Like anybody wants to remember their toilet backing up...
So how do you replace/repair a pipe without digging? That’s what innovators like Permaliner Industries figured out. See how trenchless pipe repair works here.
We got into the trenchless pipe repair game because, frankly, it provides our customers with a superior value. You can get your sewer line fixed in less than a day, with little to no digging mess, no lingering impact, and all at a more affordable price.
This is the value of staying on the cutting edge. This is precisely why Waeco is committed to staying abreast of the industry, and precisely why we want you right there with us.
For more info on Trenchless pipe repair, see our FAQ’s here
You can call us about Trenchless pipe repairs at(360) 794 7785 or click here to fill out a contact form.
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