These days, fixed telecommunications networks have proven to us their importance as a transmission medium for vast volumes of voice, data and video traffic from a host of remote communication, entertainment, productivity and content platform applications.
Individuals, households, businesses and the government increasingly depend on fixed connectivity to carry out their daily activities. Furthermore, without it there would be no internet, as the equipment and servers that make up these networks cannot be interconnected.
The fixed telecommunications segment includes the provision of fixed telephony services (local, national and international long distance), Unifi broadband, restricted television and their different packages.
Access In Homes And Businesses
Fixed telecommunications transmission is recovering the value you might thought it had lost. By taking confinement, preventive or control measures, this communication channel affirms its importance as the main communication channel, based on the registration and increases in telephone traffic in countries where the coronavirus crisis has come to immobilize the daily life of the population.
Telephone Traffic And Data Download Speed In Fixed Networks
Although in its annual comparison, there was a 2.9% drop in call minutes (local, national and international long distance) made on fixed networks, during the third quarter of 2019, a rebound is foreseeable during the first half of 2020, as a consequence of the outbreak and contagion of the coronavirus among the world population.
In stark contrast, the demand for higher capacities and data download speed in fixed networks means that the contracting of accesses with download speeds higher than 100 Mbps (megabits per second) already represent 4% of the total, 1.6 percentage points more than the previous year. The bulk of connections is in the speed range between 10 and 100 Mbps, registering a proportion of 89% of the total.
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