Full fibre internet, also known as fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP), is when data is transmitted through optical fibres at the speed of light, ensuring a consistent and stable connection without interruptions or slowdowns.
Unlike traditional internet connections that rely on copper phone lines, full fibre uses fibre-optic cables that go directly from the ISP's exchange to the premise (in our case, the business). It is the most advanced connectivity available.
Compared to traditional broadband, which may experience congestion and slowdowns during peak usage times, fibre provides a dedicated and symmetrical connection, meaning the upload and download speeds are equally fast. This is essential for businesses that need to send large files or host online services as it ensures consistent performance in both directions.
Full fibre internet future-proofs businesses by accommodating their growing data needs and technological advancements. As data demands increase due to evolving technologies and business expansion, full fibre's high-speed capabilities can handle these requirements for many years to come.