Optical fibre - unparalleled bandwidth capacity

Supplied by TE Connectivity on Tuesday, 07 April, 2015


The requirements for speed and reliability of internet access have never been more compelling than today with video, cloud and the Internet of Things quickly becoming the norm.

Investing in the latest and best broadband access technology guarantees future potential for growth and reduced maintenance and operating costs.

Will copper wire, coaxial cable, fibre or wireless access be the best broadband technology for you or should you be looking at a solution combining a few of these technologies?

Download this white paper to read more about the different types of hardwired and wireless broadband access options, their strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs, as well as the speeds they achieve.


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