Backbone – main network through which internet customer data travels. Their function is to link centrals of internet operators to external servers, whether national or international.
B2B – Business-to-business, deals (trade, services) carried out between companies.
B2C – Business-to-consumer, delas (trade, services) carried out between a company and the final customer.
FTTH – Fiber-to-the-home, fiber optic direct interconnection technology between the access supply center and the customer’s residence, with less interference and less loss.
HCs – Homes Connected, number of homes connected to our network, that is, our customers.
HPs – Homes Passed, number of homes that are within range of our network, that is, our coverage.
ISP – Internet Service Provider, organization that provides internet access service.
Lit Fiber – Fiber network structure in use
Optical fiber – technology that allows the transmission of light by continuous reflections inside a surface until the arrival of the other end, without losses. Used for data transmission in multiple segments. Small in size, with material that is easy to install and manage.
Ports / Gateways – number of fiber ports ready to serve the customer.
Port Penetration – Number of ports occupied by clients.