Fibercom has the expert personnel and equipment together with its wide experience in the installation of fiber, whether this be in a building or underground or overhead. We provide our clients with quality products and the craftsmanship that make their networks stable and reliable. As Fibercom builds your network today, we ensure that it will meet your needs for many years to come. This is made possible by adherence to industry standards as well as our keen awareness and adaptation of technological advancements.
FTTH stands for “Fiber to the Home”. This refers to a high-speed broadband internet connection technology that uses optical fiber cables to connect homes and businesses directly to the internet.
FTBTS stands for “Fiber to the Base Station”. This refers to telecommunications infrastructure that involves the deployment of optical fiber cables to connect a cellular base station (such as a cell tower) to the core network. This technology enables high-speed data transmission and is essential for supporting the ever-growing demand for mobile data services.
FTTU stands for “Fiber to the Unit”. This refers to a broadband internet or telecommunications infrastructure where fiber-optic cables are extended directly to individual units or premises, such as homes, apartments, or businesses. This technology enables high-speed and reliable internet and communication services for end-users.
FITL stands for “Fiber in the Loop”. This refers to telecommunications network architecture where optical fiber is used to bring high-speed data and communication services closer to end-users. In FITL, optical fiber is extended deeper into the network, often all the way to individual homes or businesses, to provide faster and more reliable connectivity compared to what traditional copper-based networks can provide.
IBS typically stands for “Integrated Building Solutions.” This term refers to comprehensive and integrated approaches in designing and constructing buildings which involves various technologies and systems to optimize efficiency, sustainability, and functionality within a building project.
FTTE stands for “Fiber to the Edge”. This refers to the deployment of high-speed fiber optic internet or data connections directly to the network edge or the last mile of a telecommunications network. This approach is aimed at improving internet speeds and reliability for end-users and is often considered an enhancement of traditional Fiber to the Home (FTTH) or Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) technologies.