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The miniscule wires in Axia Fibre allow the maximum number of information “highways” in one line, each with the highest carrying capacity possible. You get more than super speed.
We start with the best technology, add it to our powerful, advanced network and deliver it right to your door for optimal performance. It’s that simple.
Thin strands of glass in fibre optics carry information by transmitting pulses of light, usually created by lasers.
Your FTTP line delivers data at unprecedented speed, then a converter installed in your home or business changes the received data into electrical impulses a computer uses.
A fibre optics bundle not much thicker than a pencil can carry all of the world’s current communications traffic, so we’ve definitely got you covered!
Conventional Internet technology uses stations along the way, and each one of those is a threat to your connectivity. Fiber delivered to your door, dedicated to you, means fewer "stopovers" along the way, ensuring the best speed and reliability available.
Ultimately, the larger network infrastructure also has an impact on the actual speed you experience. With our state-of-the-art network structure and hardware, we can guarantee faster and more reliable service. With Axia FibreNet behind you, you get the Mbps you pay for.
No. Our systems can deliver a multitude of digital information - telephone, video, and data - more efficiently than traditional copper coaxial cable (DSL and ADSL) for about the same price. Plus, you could reduce your IT expenses by up to 50% with cloud services. All this consumes less electricity than you are currently using, bringing you further savings.
The single copper pair conductor used in conventional phone lines can carry six phone calls. A single fibre pair can carry more than 2.5 million phone calls simultaneously.
The speed of light is approximately 186,000 miles per second. Fibre optic networks are bringing that speed within your reach.
The energy used to send a pulse of light uses far less power than transmitting electrical signals. That’s less carbon output, lower emissions and cost efficiency.
Nobody knows the life expectancy of optical fibre. Lines manufactured and installed over 40 years ago are still going strong, so you can imagine our newest, strongest technology lasting much more than a lifetime.