Multi Provider Compatible

Open Access

Open Access - A person entering a door with multiple pathways, symbolizing different options for service providers on a single fiber network.

In an Open Access Network, the three layers (infrastructure-, active-, and service layer) are separated so one entity can own and maintain the infrastructure layer and lease it out for others to deliver services.

Think of an airport: it is built and maintained by one entity that doesn’t operate the airplanes using it. It would be impractical and costly for each airline to build and operate its own airports and the same goes for fiber networks.

Software like our COS Business Engine makes your FTTH business open-access ready. It virtually slices the single fiber to the customer’s home into any number of parallel “streams” on which services from different (Internet) Service Providers can be delivered independently of each other. 

Read more about Open Acces or Our Solution.

Find our even more in our White Papers “Dare to Share Your Infrastructure and Generate More Revenue” and “What is the difference between

Open Access, Open Access and Open Access?”