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A fibre connection can enable the transfer of huge volumes of data, and underpins the deployment of the latest mobile technologies such as 5G.

An optical fibre is used to transmit information over long distances, with far less signal degradation than metallic cables or radio-based solutions. The data is transmitted as pulses of light which travel along a flexible, transparent fibre made of glass or plastic not much thicker than a human hair. Fibre optic cables are deployed which contain multiple fibre strands – sometimes many hundreds of fibres in a single cable.

Even radio solutions require a fixed connection into the core network at some point, and fibre is the optimum method. It decouples future increases in capacity demand from rises in the cost of transmission: fibre costs remain the same no matter the bandwidth required. And it can handle backhaul, fronthaul, low latency, and C-RAN architecture, enabling 5G to flourish.

Cellnex UK offers fibre as part of the Connected Location solution for clustered small cell deployments, and is introducing a ‘fibre-to-the-tower’ solution to provide added value to Site Share customers

A fibre connection can enable the transfer of huge volumes of data, and underpins the deployment of the latest mobile technologies such as 5G. An optical fibre is used to optical fibre is used to transmit information over long distances, with far less signal degradation than metallic cables or radio-based solutions. The data is transmitted as pulses of light which travel along a flexible, transparent fibre made of glass or plastic not much thicker than a human hair. Fibre optic cables are deployed which contain multiple fibre strands – sometimes many hundreds of fibres in a single cable.

Even radio solutions require a fixed connection into the core network at some point, and fibre is the optimum method. It decouples future increases in capacity demand from rises in the cost of transmission: fibre costs remain the same no matter the bandwidth required. And it can handle backhaul, fronthaul, low latency, and C-RAN architecture, enabling 5G to flourish.

Cellnex UK offers fibre as part of the Connected Location solution for clustered small cell deployments, and is introducing a ‘fibre-to-the-tower’ solution to provide added value to Site Share customers

The benefits

Connected Location and Site Share customers can access our fibre as part of an complete solution, and on an equitable basis.

Dark fibre decouples future increases in capacity demand from rises in the cost of transmission.

Dark fibre can handle backhaul, fronthaul, low latency, and the C-RAN architecture that will enable 5G to flourish.

Connected Location and Site Share customers can access our fibre as part of an complete solution, and on an equitable basis.

Dark fibre decouples future increases in capacity demand from rises in the cost of transmission.

Dark fibre can handle backhaul, fronthaul, low latency, and the C-RAN architecture that will enable 5G to flourish.

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Key figures

UNITED KINGDOM

15Km

deployed in London City Centre

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FRANCE

c. 4,000Km

and is committed to built up to 31,000 km

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SPAIN

+33,000Km

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