Fibre to the Premises & Fibre to the Cabinet

Cut unnecessary costs and enjoy easier service provisioning with Fibre to the Premises and Fibre to the Cabinet. Fibre optic broadband enables information to be transmitted through using light rather than electronic signals meaning that they can deliver data at rates that are thousands of times faster than copper cables.

Communications for business

Securely supported continuous connection

Unlike copper cables, fibre has a glass core which enables information to be transmitted through them using light rather than electrical signals meaning faster speeds for your business.

FTTC

Fibre to the cabinet is a connectivity technology that is based on a combination of fibre optic cable and copper cable. The fibre optic cable is in place from the local telephone exchange to a distribution point, hence the name fibre to the cabinet. From this distribution point, a standard telephone line based on copper is then used to deliver broadband connectivity.

FTTP

On the other hand, FTTP, or Fibre to the Premises, offers fibre cabling right up to your property. Since this runs a fibre optic cable right up to your router, the only limit is the router technology itself. Since this is always improving, as is the method of transmitting that data, speeds are only getting faster and faster. This is the future-proof option for anyone that wants maximum speed now and in the future. This means gigabit speeds available right into your business.

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