What is Fiber to the Home (FTTH)?

Fiber to the Home (FTTH) is a system that provides high-speed internet with Fiber to the home, apartment buildings, and businesses.  FTTH can provide high-speed internet access by connecting to a computer which is significantly improved than technologies used in many places.

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FTTH is similar to the Digital Scriber Line (DSL) technology which uses the internet over telephone lines but it uses fiber cables instead of wires which are 20 to 100 times faster than DSL. The FTTH method is transporting the information as light instead of transporting as the data.

Wireless Technology can slow down the internet speed as more and more people use it which will not happen in Fiber. The connection of the Wireless system will weaker depending on the distance. The internet connection will also poor as the wireless transmitter is far from the place of use. There is no lagging or connection drop as Fiber internet uses a point-to-point connection. A wireless system can be lagging or delay during the rainy season although Fiber internet is weather resistant.

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Wireless Internet systems have restrictions on data usage or it may slow down the connection if it reaches beyond the limited GB. Fiber Internet is truly unlimited data usage. The advantage of a wireless system is that you can access the internet within the range of the system but fiber can be used only where you are connected.