FTTR is a fiber optic technology that will allow you to surf the Internet at maximum speed in every corner of your home.
Unfortunately, fiber does not usually reach all corners of the home with the same power. It is possible that in your dining room you have Internet at good speed, but not in your room, and moving away from the router means losing connection. In order to solve it, MásMóvil presents FTTRits fiber optic technology so you can enjoy the same speed in every corner of the house.
What FTTR means and how it works
FTTR is the acronym for “Fiber to the room” (Fiber to the room). This is a new type of fiber optic installation, where instead of using conventional network cables, fiber optics are used to overcome distance limitations. A main optical router is used and other secondary routers that connect to the fiber. Said wiring, which would run through the house or those facilities where it is implemented, will allow a great connection in all corners of it.
This technology has not been invented from scratch, It’s about the evolution of FTTH technology“Fiber to The Home.” While its predecessor transports Internet to each home, at one point, and then redistributes it from there, FTTR brings fiber optics to every room in a building.
In short, the FTTR will allow you to enjoy the same connection power in all the rooms of your house, without having to move the router from the room, buy a more powerful one of the latest generation oh use an old cell phone as a repeater. For now, tested with a combination of fiber and full Wi-Fi 6allowing a 1000 Mbps connection throughout the home.
One of the audiences that will benefit the most from its implementation are gamers. Loss of Internet speed and low latency are the main enemies of games onlineenemies that could be eliminated thanks to the FTTR. According to MásMóvil, can reduce WiFi latency by 60%.
When will this technology be available? MásMóvil has announced its arrival through an entry on its blog, but has not specified a date. He only indicated that “will be available very soon”. Whatever the case, it promises to revolutionize our connectivity, making the Internet faster and more stable.