Fibre

What is Fibre?

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Fibre is a bundle of fibre optic threads made of pure glass, each about the diameter of a human hair. It uses light instead of electricity to carry a digital data signal. Fibre is able to transmit information at virtually unlimited speed and capacity, delivering superfast speeds. Fibre optic cables have a much greater bandwidth than metal cables which means it can also sends data faster than traditional cable internet technology. Fiber optic Internet is considered more reliable and it is immune to many of the conditions that cable Internet is susceptible to.

More advantages:

  • Modern technology
  • Immune against electromagnetic interference
  • Maximum continuous distance is longer
  • Maximum bandwidth is greater
  • Maximum of 32 000 voice channels
  • No cable theft
  • Not affected by water
  • Longer lifespan