There are 2 types of asset in an FTTP network. These are the passive components (cable, cabinets etc) and the Active components (such as the transmitters and receivers. In this article we will outline the key passive components you will need to install in your FTTP network. In the next article, we will describe the active components.
One of the main advantages of installing a Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) network is the opportunity to offer additional services to your residents without installing extra cabling networks. All that is required is to install the relevant equipment in the MDF room and configure the Optical Network Terminal (ONT) to receive the new service and the resident can then access the service.
For many years, copper cables have been used to deliver broadband services to consumers. Now with the widespread roll out of optic fibre networks, consumers are gaining access to internet speeds previously reserved for big business, and it is improving their internet experience considerably. Read More
In our last article, we discussed the construction savings that can be realised by developers and builders by installing a Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) network instead of the traditional copper cabling system. In this article, we’ll be focusing on the uplift in prices that FTTP-connected properties can achieve. The combined effect of increased property prices and reduced construction costs builds a compelling case for changing to FTTP on your next development. Read More
More and more developers are now seeing the advantages of FTTP for their projects and as such, the market is growing. In this article, we will be showing how developers and builders can save on construction costs, to the tune of at least $800 per unit. In the next article, we’ll be showing that consumers (both purchasers and renters) are willing to pay more for apartments with access to super-fast broadband. Read More