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Ready for the network of the future!
The power of fibre
5G the way you want it
Optical fibre, the technology of the future
- An optical fibre is a glass strand that is thinner than a hair and conducts light.
- It is able to transport large amounts of data at the speed of light over long distance.
- It forms the basis of the very high-speed network over which different signals are carried, including television, telephone, videoconference, computer data and ultra-fast Internet traffic, etc.
Ultra-fast access, higher and better quality transmission rates for sending photos or files faster without affecting the signal
HD and UHD television
The development of new applications for home automation, teleworking and telemedicine, etc
It can be used simultaneously by all members of the household, without any restrictions on sharing the bandwidth
All together towards ALL IP
In the future, telecommunication services such as landlines, TV, mobile telephony and the Internet will all communicate “in the same language” over the Internet Protocol (IP).
This switch is part of the national digitization programme, and will meet modern society’s constantly increasing demand for communication and cooperation.
Better sound quality thanks to HD telephony.
Higher and faster data transfer.
Extensive business communication at a lower cost and with even more features.
Energy is saved thanks to active systems being consolidated and their use being shared across several services and platforms.
5G can be summed up, essentially, in two words
- Speed: an Internet speed faster than 1Gbit/s. Our connections will be up to 10 times faster!
- Latency: the response time for an action will be less than 10 milliseconds.
- Together, these two technological advantages will bring our society into the era of hyperconnectivity. 5G will be much more than an evolution of mobile Internet for smartphones. It will be the connectivity of the future, which will improve our everyday lives thanks to the mass connectivity of objects. Over time, cars will be self-driving and will reduce road accidents (V2V); medical follow-ups can be done remotely and your doctor will be alerted if necessary following automatic diagnoses (IoMT); manufacturing productivity will be much more precise and efficient; the transmission of information will be almost instantaneous; and it will be possible to connect all everyday household objects at a lower cost. Basically, the Internet of Everything will become part of our lives and will become indispensable, just as we have already seen with the car, TV and smartphone.