As the demand for reliable and high-speed internet connectivity rises, 123NET Fibre is paving the way by providing cutting-edge fibre infrastructure and internet services. This blog post explores 123NET Fibre’s unique open access network model and addresses common questions about fibre internet.
Are you curious about what an open access network is and how it works? In this blog post, we’ll explore the ins and outs of open access networks, and how they benefit both end-users and Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
At its core, an open access network is a telecommunications network that enables multiple ISPs to provide services to end-users over a shared physical network infrastructure. This means that instead of being exclusive to a single provider, the network is open to any ISP that wants to provide services. The open access model allows for more competition among ISPs, which can result in better pricing and service options for end-users. Additionally, the model enables smaller ISPs to enter the market and compete with larger, established providers, since they don’t have to invest in building their own infrastructure.