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You know that thing your mother picked up whenever it rang? That wasn't her cellphone? That's a land line.what is the difference between homes connected and fibre to the home
what is the difference between msan access vs fibre to the cabinet
Imagine if telkom had invested in 2009 the R10b lost in Nigeria Multi-Links on ZA fibre.The company also increased capital expenditure on fibre in the past year, which stood at R1.1 billion
So they've connected 3% of the homes - does not seem that good."resulting in more than 2.4 million premises passed with fibre" said Telkom
Homes connected to fibre – 73,710
MSAN's are white, not green or blue.These technologies, especially ADSL and VDSL uses MSAN (which is a big box somewhere close to you, usually green or blue, that your line connects to). These big boxes are then connected directly to what you would call a POP (point of presence) that then has a backhaul straight to the data-centers or wherever it needs to go to get you online.
I don't think this is the case. From the article we have the following numbers:If you had any of the above, you will fall under "homes connected" because you could connect to the internet.
Fibre to the home, same as copper to the home, except you get a fibre strand directly to your house.
To me it seems that Homes connected to fibre is where you have the physical fibre line going into your house. Fibre to the Home I think they include their "Wireless fibre" nonsense, where you are connected to a WiFi network that has a fibre backhaul.Homes connected to fibre – 73,710
Fibre to the home – up 107.9% to 300,506
Nah, these confusing numbers all refer to fixed lines, no wireless involved.I don't think this is the case. From the article we have the following numbers:
To me it seems that Homes connected to fibre is where you have the physical fibre line going into your house. Fibre to the Home I think they include their "Wireless fibre" nonsense, where you are connected to a WiFi network that has a fibre backhaul.
Vumatel probably has a slightly high number but I doubt it's anything to get happy about