Fibre

The fibre optic system is a permanent symmetric ultra-wideband connection system (i.e. in which the data reception and transmission speeds are equivalent), which uses fibre optic cables instead of traditional copper cables. The use of optical fibres allows extremely high connection speeds and is not affected by the distance between the user and the telephone switchboard, thus always guaranteeing the maximum speed envisaged by the type of connection selected.

By ultra-wide band we mean an Internet connection with speed up to 100 Mbps (Megabit per second); the conventional broadband, such as the ADSL, reaches actual speeds that are much lower and with much lower levels of reliability.

  • Internet connections with high bandwidth available and high levels of reliability and continuity;
  • Long distance service coverage, even where traditional ADSL and HDSL connections are not available;
  • Complete integration of voice and data traffic with the possibility of eliminating the costs and fees of traditional telephone lines;
  • Instant exchange of large amounts of data;
  • Video conference and video surveillance services;
  • Greater enabling or performance over the use of cloud solutions;
  • Video streaming;
  • Cable TV.