Discover all the benefits of FTTHFTTH “Fiber to the Home” is the technology that connects POPs, located in exchanges, to end users’ property units with fiber optics. technology.

What does FTTH mean?

At Open Fiber, we use Fiber to the Home – FTTH technology. This term refers to a telecommunications networkNetwork In computer language, the term network defines a set of hardware and software devices which, when linked together, enable the exchange and sharing of resources, data or information. In a computer network, the devices that generate, route and terminate data are called network nodes. that brings fiber optics directly into property units. This state-of-the-art infrastructure, built entirely with fiber optics, enables travel at speeds of up to 10Gbps.

What is 1 GigabitGigabit The Gigabit is the unit of measurement that represents 1 billion bits and is abbreviated as Gbit or Gb. This unit of measurement is often used, together with the megabit and the kilobit, in relation to time (in seconds) for calculating the transmission speed of digital signals, mainly used to calculate the speed of a data download. The Gbit/s is currently a widely used unit of measurement to refer to data transmission speed in computer networks.?

Gigabit refers to one billion bits, the smallest unit of information in a digital system. Often abbreviated to Gbit or GB, it is used to define the downloadDownload The action of downloading or retrieving data from the network. data transfer rate. Gbit/s is a unit of measurement that indicates the data transmission speed in computer networks, i.e. it calculates how many Gigabits (GB) of data can pass through a system in one second.

What is FWAFWA Also known as ‘Wireless Local Loop’ (WLL), FWA refers to the use of radio solutions to cover the last mile to property units dispersed in very sparsely populated areas. A main antenna, typically connected to the network via fiber optics, covers an area of varying size where an antenna is mounted on each property unit equipped with an apparatus that transforms the radio signal and enables the connection of the CPE (Customer Premises Equipment), the electronic device used as a user-side terminal.?

Fixed WirelessWireless Connections that use ‘wireless’ transmission systems to connect the user’s device to the network. Typical examples are 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, and WiMax. Access (FWA) is an ultra-broadbandBroadband The term broadband, in telecommunications, generally refers to the transmission and reception of information data at a connection speed of over 144 kb/s. Broadband organises different channels, conveying different content in the form of data, such as Internet radio, animation, audio files and high-definition video. connection that uses radio waves to reach homes in very sparsely populated areas. The data travels over fiber optics from the exchanges to the facilities where the wireless equipment is installed. From there, they are transported over radio waves to the property units.

What are the advantages of the FTTH network?

FTTH technology has numerous advantages. You will be able to surf with both download and uploadUpload Uploading data online. speeds of up to 10 Gbit/s without interruptions. You will be able to watch HD and 4K content, download high-quality photos, watch live streaming of your favourite programmes, work from home, share your files and store them in the cloud, and much more.

What is the performance of Open Fiber’s fiber-optic network?

The performance of the connection does not depend on our FTTH fiber-optic network, but on the operators and the type of contract.
You can directly contact your chosen Operator for this type of information.

What is the green label?

The green label is the symbol that all telecommunications operators are required to use, according to AGCOM Resolution no. 292/18/CONS, to indicate FTTH technology, Fiber To The Home. Only the presence of this label indicates entirely optical-fiber infrastructure guaranteeing a surfing speed of up to 10 Gbit/s.

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