Technology We Use

RGV Akshay Communications solution is designed around the power of Fiber Optic communication. It brings the power of Fiber into your Building. This is the most future ready technology available in the world for data, voice and video transmission.

What is Fiber to the Building?

Fiber to the Building (FTTB) is an access network method that delivers the highest possible speed of Internet connection by using optical fiber that runs directly into the home, building or office. Unlike technologies like ADSL, VDSL and wireless, RGV Akshay brings 100 Mbps pipeline to CPE (Customer-premises Equipment) and has several levels of back up and fail-safe redundancies.

FTTB is unique, because it removes all the bottlenecks that slow the performance of other types of network. With FTTB, you can download files at least 10 times faster than with, for example, ADSL networks. You can upload files, such as family photos, at almost the same speed as downloading.

FTTB gives consumers access to a large choice of interactive applications, such as video communication, gaming, video-on-demand, tele-commuting and eHealth. It is not just about technology, or about accessing the Internet faster. FTTB opens the door to a whole range of new services, delivered right to the home or office.

Why we need fiber?

FTTB is the only type of fixed-line access network solution that is truly proofed for all future developments and eventualities, therefore the only one that it makes sense to invest in where a new network is being deployed. For example, lightning and electromagnetic interference from high tension wires will not affect fiber optic communication or cause any damage to computers or other devices connected to the network.

There are pressing environmental reasons why fiber access matters too. The reduced energy needed to build and run fiber networks, mean a lower carbon footprint as well.

Network operators can also upgrade the network and increase bandwidth simply, enabling them to deploy such a network without the fear of having to rip it up and start again in a few years.