What is a Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network?

Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny strands of glass that carry data using light waves, resulting in optimum internet speeds and reliability. Most internet providers use some fiber in their systems but use copper lines for the final connections to the home, resulting in slower speeds. We believe 100% FTTH is the best, most sustainable communications choice.

With FTTH service, customers will enjoy “symmetrical” speeds, i.e., the same high speeds whether uploading or downloading. A fiber-optic network can carry an extremely high amount of data and is more reliable than other networks because it’s less susceptible to interference and damage from lightning and other acts of nature.