fiber to the apartment, Fiber To The Home


Everyone heard about the concept of “fiber”. But just a few know what is the core of this concept. Optical fiber is a special cable coated with protective insulation. Moreover, there is a glass tube instead of the usual copper inside of it. Light beam is emitted through this glass and this beam transmits information. All these obey the laws of optical physics and more specifically the concepts of refraction and reflection of light. The real benefit of these concepts is that an optical fiber brings home really fast internet connection that cannot be provided in any other way nowadays. However, it is immediately available to you through INALAN's nework.

Benefits of optic network

Higher transmission rate of information
Transmission capacity in a single optical fiber is 10 million phone calls and a millions video simultaneously
All information transmitted via fiber optic lines is securely protected from unauthorized access

GPON – fiber to the apartmentFiber To The Home

Since the needs of Internet users and digital technologies are increasing day by day, Western providers wondered how they could offer their subscribers high-speed transmission of digital data in a practical and inexpensive way. So, they created the latest technology – GPON.

Technology«PON»– Passive Optical Network, «G» stands for Gigabit.

Passive network called so, because subscriber does not use any active equipment. The optical fiber just goes through cables to the subscriber’s apartment. This technology increases bandwidth by 100 times compared to ADSL technology and therefore we are given the ability to connect multiple services on one line (telephone, TV, internet).

GPON technology advantages

  • Easy operation. Construction of optical network is similar to the manufacture of copper, however, does not need any additional staff training for the installation and maintenance of tracks. Moreover, lack of active equipment in homes sharply reduces the time for identification and elimination of problems.
  • High transmission of signals
  • Low energy consumption
  • Multi-services (simultaneous transmission of data, video and audio through the optical fiber)
  • Unlimited information channel
  • The passive network provides reliability
  • Fiber optic cables unlike copper ones have smaller dimensions and weight, and often made in dielectric form that allows them to be used in areas with energy infrastructure and facilities. You can be sure that the cord and your equipment will be absolutely secure during unpredictable weather conditions.