The technological and digital innovation of the country is fundamental for the economic and social development of the individual territories; in this scenario Fibercop is responsible for ensuring, with particular attention, high performance connectivity, environmental sustainability and integration to every single production unit.
In the places where Fibercop will operate, accessibility to ultra-fast networks will be available to Business operators, through Telco and Media Operators, with the aim of fostering the development of any market that requires advanced digital tools, such as Smart working, telemedicine, networking with the PA, efficient energy management, e-learning, remote security.
Being a very advanced and evolved technology, the optical fiber has a rather complex operating mechanism, and we can investigate together the salient aspects. With simple words and without too many technicalities.
Optical fiber by definition it is made up of a set of filaments divided into an internal transparent section and an external opaque one that is able to reflect light. Optical fiber cables can be made of silicon or plastic polymers and, since they are little larger than a hair, they are often intertwined with cables of other materials to protect them and make them less fragile.
Thanks to a complex system of refractions, fiber optic cables are able to carry data through light signals that bounce quickly over long distances until they reach the devices we all have in our pockets or on our desks, without strong attenuation or transmission delays.