Full fibre, also known as fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) orfibre-optic broadband, refers to a type of internet connection that uses optical fibres made of glass or plastic to transmit data at incredibly highspeeds.
Unlike traditional broadband connections, which rely on copper cables, full fibre connections use thin strands of fibre-optic cables to deliver faster and more reliable internet access.
In a full fibre network, the entire connection, from the internet service provider (ISP) to your home or office, is built using fibre-optic cables. These cables are capable of carrying vast amounts of data using pulses of light. The speed and reliability of full fibre make it capable of delivering ultrafast broadband, supporting activities such as high-definition videostreaming, online gaming, and large file downloads with minimal latency or lag.
Compared to older technologies like Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or cable broadband, full fibre offers significantly higher speeds and has the potential for virtually unlimited bandwidth. It also provides symmetrical upload and download speeds, which means that uploading data is just as fast as downloading it. This is particularly beneficial for activities like video conferencing, cloud computing, and sending large files.
benefit from gigabit capable connectivity, meaning that it can reach 1000Mbps.
For context, thats almost 20 times the national average 50.4Mps.
Say good bye to the dreaded Loading wheel, significantly less buffering will improve your streaming, gaming and loading video content.
Multi Device Use
With more ‘smart’ objects throughout your home, take away the worry of affecting connection. Smart TV’s, watches, fridges (even mugs!) can now have a seamless connection to ensure your day-to-day life is less hassle.
Higher Quality Online Calls
With the imminent switch off of the current legacy copper network, all calls will be made of the internet. uSing Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) requires sufficient bandwidth, no more crackling with HD conversations.
Quality of WFH
The recent shift to working from home (WFH) has opened a lot of homeowners’ eyes to the true quality of their connection.Full fibre networks allow for a dramatic increase in work quality – as if you never left the office.
A full fibre network will allow you to download and upload large files quicker, export large documents, send email attachments and more a lot quicker than you currently do.It will streamline your workflow.
Increase your House Price
Nowadays, with the importance of a great internet connection apparent, the price of your house can actually increase by up to £5,000 just for having a access to a full fibre network.
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