Fibre Optic Broadband (FTTC)
Fibre Optic Broadband, based on FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) technology, describes a deployment where a fibre cable runs from an exchange to a street cabinet that contains the broadband equipment. From here it's linked to business premises via an existing copper network.
The maximum possible speed a customer can achieve is impacted in part by the total length of the copper wire. By replacing the copper wire that runs from the exchange to the cabinet with fibre, the total length of the copper wire connection is shortened, which improves the maximum speed that can be achieved.
What benefits does FTTC offer?
- Collaborate at high-speed; sharing files with regional offices, partners or remote workers
- Move your meetings online with better quality video-conferencing
- Experience higher quality VoIP services
- Benefit from more responsive hosted business applications
- Stream HD video content without buffering or pauses
- Enjoy multiple services around the home from a single connection.
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