Advantages of fibre optic
Fibre optic connections are more stable and productive as they are less prone to technical diseases and interruptions compared to copper, reducing maintenance costs and ensuring a high-quality service for end-users.
Fibre optic’s networks are ultra broadband, like a 100-lane road, where it would be very difficult to find a traffic jam, and that’s why data moves faster. In addition, with FTTH fibre, speed access is always ensured.
Telecommunication networks of the future (Next Generation Network - NGN) benefit from fibre optic as its economic life is pretty long and its speed transmission is incredibly higher than traditional methods.
Fibre optic is the only “future proof” solution with a transmission capability that could reach up to 40 Gbps in the future. Through FTTH technology, the fibre can directly reach homes, ensuring compatibility with the rapid development of the network services.