lyntia provides the latest Fibre To The Home telecommunications technology. A wholesale access service to our FTTH network with the possibility of including the backhaul with the option of delivery at any neutral node.
A last-mile residential and business service, perfect for operators wishing to have fibre where there is little or no network reach. Furthermore, it is flexible on-demand, because it adapts to the needs of each client.
lyntia’s FTTH technology is managed, operated and maintained by our 24/7 NOC, and fully guaranteed.
FTTH deployments – lyntia has rolled out neutral FTTH networks through a project co-funded by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Trade, and
Tourism under the New Generation Broadband Expansion Program (ADE-NGN) and the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The project was recently implemented in Gata de Gorgos (Community of Valencia, file number TSI-061000-2018-198), where the aim was to provide 1,852 households with coverage; the actual number of households covered reached 2,646. Publicity actions for the project included the display of applicable posters.
Previously, lyntia conducted rollouts in the municipalities of Toro and Bembibre (Castilla y León, file number TSI-061000-2015-111) covering 7,802 households, as well as in Requena, La Nucía, and Calp (Community of Valencia, file number TSI-061000-2015-113) covering 18,346 households.
Wholesale FTTH offers are available in Requena, La Nucía, Calpe, Toro, Bembibre and Gata de Gorgos.
Consult wholesale offers:
• Secure and transparent layer 2 bitstream
• Symmetric or asymmetric service
• Possibility of including backhaul
• Wide variety of capacities
• GPON network
• Multi-operator equipment
• Integrated web services
• Management and maintenance by our 24/7 NOC
Dark fibre under a hire or long-term usage rights agreement.
We offer capacity service for wide fibre optic bandwidths quickly and safely.
We offer broad satellite coverage for when you need to reach where nobody else can.
We co-locate your communications equipment in our nodes in Spain and in our POPs in Europe and in America.