About Fibre Optics

  • Fibre optics are able to support the delivery of a greater variety of services such as HD video and 1Gbps bandwidth services.

     

    A fibre optic cable is a silica (glass) composite which permits the transmission of data over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than copper based infrastructure. Signals travel along fibre with less loss, and are also immune to electromagnetic interference compared to copper wires.

     

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  • Internet speeds are envisaged to increase to 1Gbps and beyond with the use of optical fibre as optical network equipment technology advances. Internet speed depends on the packages offered by your Retail Service Provider.

  • The optical fibre cable is capable of enormous bandwidth capacity as a medium. The download and upload speeds a user encounters would be dependent on other factors such as server speeds, whether the servers are locally hosted, the number of users accessing the servers and overseas connection bandwidth etc.

  • You can subscribe to the fibre broadband packages services offered by your preferred Retail Service Provider.