Fiber Services.


FTTx (Fiber to the x) telecommunications technology is a generic term used to describe a wide range of broadband network architecture options using fiber optics that totally or partially replaces local loop and delivers broadband connections to homes, businesses and organizations all around the world.

FTTx technology offers multiple advantages such as higher transmission quality and lower energy consumption. The FTTx network provides an infrastructure that all current communication modes can achieve wide capacity and consistent connectivity.  

Dark Fiber

Dark fiber provides strong guarantees such as capacity, speed, flexibility, security and reliability. Allows greater control in the provision of telecommunications services as it allows more options for network connections. In the long run, costs become lower.

As dark fiber networks are private, companies will not need to spend as much resources on security measures. Dark fiber networks are one of the best ways to protect organizations from risks.


There are Multidwelling units (MDUs) in all shapes and sizes.
All MDUs are different because every building is distinct, with unique access, distribution and routing requirements. The variety of solutions suits the varying requirements of MDU architectures and environments.


Inside plant (ISP) is a term used to designate the communications system installed inside a building that includes all equipment and cables that serve communications.


In a hierarchical telecommunications network, the backhaul part of the network comprises the intermediate links between the core network, or backbone network, and the small subnetworks at the edge of the network. Backhaul can include wired, fiber optic and wireless components.

The term backhaul refers to the transmission of a signal from a remote site or network to another generally central site. Backhaul generally implies a high-capacity line, that is, high-speed lines capable of transmitting large bandwidth at very fast speeds.


A backbone or core network is a part of a computer network which interconnects networks, providing a path for the exchange of information between different LANs or subnetworks. A backbone can tie together diverse networks in the same building, in different buildings in a campus environment, or over wide areas.


The realization of telecommunications services involves a set of activities for assembling and making services available whose efficiency depends on their capacity and consistently high levels of quality and reliability.

Fiber Services

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