Stephen Webster of FOIE
Meet Stephen Webster and his team of innovators at San Antonio based FOIE: Fiber Optic Infrastructure & Engineering.
These master engineers have a mission to develop, build, and deliver platinum fiber optic infrastructure communication networks as a regional utility transport. They will use patent innovative engineering models and hierarchic architectural designs derived from their parent R&D company, WebstarrWillams. Their purposed approach as a FibreWare delivery and middle-tier utilities company is to bridge whole fiber optic solutions utilizing Sonet Ring & DWDM, intended to provide the highest speeds and widest bandwidths AT&T can offer. FOIE has a 6 Tier layer approach to migrate all current copper-wired communications to optical networks employing physical and virtual RING patent strategies. The company intends to be the premier data transport communications highway solutionist group for metros, urban communities, campuses, tech hubs, and regional businesses:
• FTTC, inside the premises, campus, and metro fiber implements
• OSP, outside the plant, fiber burial, Ariel, cellular backhaul
• Project management, network analyzer testing, architect designing solutions
• New developments and patent fiber communication devices
Stephen (he prefers Steph) said, “Our topology will advocate billion-bits-per-second optical networks everywhere on the front-end instead of 60-100Mbps. We’re mapping 1-10-40-80-100Gbps and greater optical networks over our patent GTIORRT. This is many times faster than the Internet2 model being pilot tested in many states.”
These master engineers have a mission to develop, build, and deliver platinum fiber optic infrastructure communication networks as a regional utility transport.
FOIE provides direct business to business (B2) fiber optic services and solutions to serve, build, install, connect, and manage network infrastructures for companies and contractors. Sectors served include construction, utilities, federal facilities, cellular backhauls, telco, ISP, data warehouses, and information technology data centers. The company also offers advance technology developments for high speed internet infrastructures from the architects of WebstarrWilliams engineering e3 division [Geographic Tangible Interconnect Optical Radius Rings Topology].
A direct derivative of FOIE’s e3 triangular engineering bridges or combines computerized network communications, telecommunications, and cellular communication networks and all the electronic data content for transport across a 100% optic radius ring topology. This physical topology radius ring has unlimited capacity, because its foundation model is built on gigabit bandwidth and speeds, 2Gbps, 10Gbps, 20Gbps, 40Gbps, 80Gbps, 100Gbps—plus.
GTIORRT can absorb all current network mediums, including present mesh topologies, onto itself. That implies telecommunication central offices and all cellular companies and computerized networks divisions can dump their data onto the optical radius ring for optimal transport between them and customers to the Internet of Things, as a service. Going forward, infrastructure should be built across existing and new land fiber optic developments through the deployment of optical radius rings.
The Intelligence Transporter at both the transport and physical layer stack optical carrier equally of Sonet Ring and DWDM methodologies is a frontend tangible property with unlimited capacity to mirror any backbone virtual system communications or network operations. Real-time change updates of bandwidth, 2Gbps – 100Gbps or higher, 600Gbps radius ring cover wider ranges than horizontal implements. With a 10-1000-mile radius in scope, they can also be configured in a square-mile matrix. Tangible interconnect optical radius rings can be conveniently attached from one ring to the next, extending its core bandwidth to all rings that connect to the primary or secondary ring, including inner metro, middle metro, outer metro, rural, or regional dispersed interstate rings.
This is the fastest and most efficient way to build infrastructure and meet present and future demands for expanding technology in the sectors of computed data, telecommunication, cellular data 5G-6G, etc. The architecture of Geographic Tangible Interconnect Optical Radius Rings will feature middle distribution—outward transport topology, front and backwards data traffic redundancy.
There is a push for Congress to pass a technology land bill, the Internet Highway – High Speed Data Act, to create federal aid much like the National Interstate and Defense Highway Act did for roads and bridges in the 1950s. The virtual highway act of building and deploying fiber optic infrastructure and cabling everywhere across the whole U.S. would create more focused, certified fiber optic construction and engineering companies, which will employ thousands of new trade-holder-skilled jobs.
For more information, contact: Stephen Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org.