What’s Gigabit Fibre?
It’s simple really…
Gigabit Fibre is 100% optical fibre that runs almost entirely underground. It currently carries 1GB speeds but has the ability to carry much higher speeds for use in the future.
It’s a modern, capacity-rich, ultra-low latency network that’s completely independent to BT, making it the most essential future-proof business broadband available.
Unlike old copper networks, it’s rarely impacted by bad weather, flooding or falling trees.
Gigabit Fibre is inherently resilient – it uses a ring based core architecture where, in the rare case a fibre break were to occur, traffic simply re-routes itself.
Gigabit Cities are built with enough fibre in place on day one to serve every business with growing Gigabit speeds far into the future, making it easy for businesses to upgrade speeds as required.
What does having access to ultrafast internet speeds really mean though?
“Our Gigabit Fibre networks are constructed with the latest deployment techniques, smart-routing, reinforced cables and ducting. A first-rate pure fibre infrastructure such as this enables Leeds businesses to compete and succeed in a world that’s bound for a digital future.”