Fast Fibre

Fast fibre technology is now available to millions of homes in Australia. Electrical cables are gradually becoming outdated for data transmission. Having fibre at home means having faster internet access. What explains this superiority?

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Speed or bandwidth?

This is the heart of the problem. We often talk about whether or not the Internet access is fast. This suggests that the important variable is speed. But the speed of information in the cable is in fact roughly the same between optical fibre and copper cable. About 75% of the speed of light in a vacuum.

For a given amount of information, it is not the speed at which it comes from the server to your home that counts. It is the speed at which the information arrives. In other words, the speed that truly counts is the speed of loading the page on your computer, not the speed in the cable.

Imagine that water is information and you are interested in receiving as much of it as possible. Between a 2-foot wide stream and a 100-foot wide river, the river will bring you an incomparably greater quantity of water per unit of time. Even if the water in the stream is faster than the water in the river. It is the flow and not the speed that is the variable that explains the quality of your internet connection.

Fast Fibre has very high bandwidth internet: how does it work?

Fast fibre technology refers to a new fixed network based on a very thin physical glass or plastic fibre. It is used for very high-speed IP data transmission. The optical fibre has a core of transparent material within which the light bounces. As a result, it remains trapped in the cable. The data corresponds to very short light pulses. It travels at the speed of light, or almost. The speed of light within the fibre will always be lower than the true speed of light, which is measured in a vacuum.

Benefits of Fibre Internet for your business

It is the only technology to offer symmetrical data transfer rates for both upload and download. It is not possible with ADSL. Fibre allows simultaneous use with the principle of sharing the data rates on several stations. All users benefit from a very high speed connection on different equipment connected at the same time:

  • Computers
  • Smartphones
  • TVs
  • Tablets
  • Landlines

You will enjoy a fluidity of exchanges, without weakening or loss of signal.

What makes Fast Fibre fast?

Fibre is an extremely thin glass wire surrounded by a protective sheath. This medium does not deteriorate over time. It retains its physical properties and remains insensitive to external interference:

  • Heat
  • High voltage
  • Waves

Fibre is the most powerful technology for transporting data. This ultra-high speed translates into almost instantaneous or significantly reduced download times. It offers unparalleled ease of use.

Internet of Things (IoT)

The IoT large satellite product is a data source that allows companies to access real-time monitoring data. It is particularly important for public authorities. This solution also allows data to be collected from many sources for backhaul type uses.

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