What is Fiber?

Fiber utilizes light to deliver data and is the most stable and future-proof technology for delivery of high-speed connectivity.

Speed of light

The speed of light in vacuum is 186 282 miles per second

Fiber optic cables are approximately 31% slower than that, but you get the idea. A Fiber signal could travel around the earth about 5 times per second.

Fiber & Society

We have been consuming more and more data in the past decades.

More data means new technologies and Fiber is the most future-proof one available. Say bye-bye to ADSL and Cable!

Data consumption is increasing faster each day

The need for bandwidth has seen an explosive increase, and new services such as 4K streaming, virtual reality, and connected things at home are expected to accelerate the need even more in the coming years. ADSL or Cable is no longer enough. An investment in fiber infrastructure will secure your home for the future.

Fiber makes life better, for everyone.

As everything becomes increasingly interconnected, from booking tickets to buying groceries and managing your home, a reliable internet connection is essential. Today, it's challenging to function without a high speed connection. Ensure your home is properly connected to a future-proof fiber infrastructure.

Healthcare and educational services are increasingly delivered remotely.

Connecting with your doctor online was once a concept straight out of science fiction, but today, millions of healthcare visits take place virtually. Students are completing their schoolwork online, with one in every four studying remotely. It's crucial to ensure you're well-connected to both the present and future facets of our digital society.

Increase the value of your property

Fiber-optic technology enables remote work and smart home integration, reducing utility costs and enhancing convenience. Faster internet facilitates house loan comparisons, expediting homeownership. Moreover, it increases property values, making homes more attractive in real estate markets. In essence, fiber-optic networks revolutionize daily life, boosting efficiency, connectivity, and savings while elevating the worth of properties.


Compare the speed, stability and availability of Fiber with other options.

  • Extremely Fast

    Our network delivers industry-leading speeds of up to 10,000 Mbit/s, enabling seamless streaming of movies, music, and more without any limits.

  • Very Stable

    Fiber optics is renowned for its exceptional stability, experiencing minimal downtime and remaining unaffected by factors such as user volume, distance, or weather conditions.

  • Availability Varies

    Constructing an infrastructure network is a complex endeavor that requires careful planning, execution, and time. However, once completed, it offers unparalleled advantages, including lightning-fast speeds, stable connectivity, and seamless integration with smart homes, streaming services, gaming platforms, and home businesses.

Cable transfers data via cable-tv network and is the most common technology for high/speed connectivity.

  • Decent Speed

    From 200 Mbit/s up to 1000 Mbit/s. Works well when streaming music and movies as well as downloading large files. If you are a gamer you will experience higher latency compared with Fiber. Upload speeds are usually only 10% of the download speeds.

  • Decent Stability

    Pretty stable, but speed is affected by distance. Sensitive cables that can experience problems and require more frequent repairs.

  • High Availability

    Is available in most homes and some offices but is not a good investment for the future.

DSL transfers data via phone lines. It is an older technology that is disappearing.

  • Slow

    Up to 60 Mbit/s in unusual cases but usually less than 10 Mbit/s. Can work for regular level of music streaming and some movie streaming. When several people are connected at the same time performance can suffer.

  • Very Unstable

    Sensitive to distances; the speed drops quickly the longer the distance is from the telecommunication station. Sensitive cables that often experience problems and require more frequent repairs.

  • Very High Availability

    You can usually get it immediately if you have a regular phone line installed to your house. It might not be available in the future when the old networks are closed and upgraded.

4G/5G transfers data via radio signals on cellphone towers or smaller sites. 5G will not be widely available for a few years.

  • Average Speed

    Practical speeds up to 100 Mbit/s.

  • Unstable

    Varying depending on how congested the mobile network is or how far away the tower is. If you live near the train or a major road, quality and accessibility may vary depending on the traffic. Significant variation in coverage and performance. May not penetrate regular walls.

  • Available

    5G is only available in a few places at the moment, and very few of these are offering ”true” 5G. The theoretical speed of 5G can match that of fiber, but it is still far from being a widely tested and dependable technology. Will probably not be built outside of metropolitan areas.

Our Fiber is not just another technology, it is also an open marketplace.

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