Business FTTP or Business Fibre-to-the-Premises, is the next gen, Single Order broadband service that offers unparalleled high bandwidths and stability to meet the digital demands for both business and residential users.
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ultra reliable and ultra secure broadband
FTTP is a Single Order broadband solution that does not require a WLR connection, allowing you to provide IP services such as VoIP and other Over-The-Top (OTT) services, as you embrace the connectivity-first, digital future.
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FTTP offers download speeds of up to 1Gbps, enabling users to perform multiple online activities, on multiple devices, all at once, without experiencing slowdowns. It is also the most reliable broadband technology available.
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To put the speed into context, ADSL offers a maximum speed of 20Mbps while FTTC offers speeds of up to 80Mbps, meaning FTTP is more than 12 times as fast as FTTC and 50 times faster than ADSL. But speed isn’t everything.
By utilising full fibre technology, FTTP offers much lower latency than other technologies, making it the ideal underlying connectivity solution for the future of voice communications, IP telephony. When relying on copper technology to support your IP voice calls, you are more likely to experience poor quality and dropped calls due to the quality of your connection, whereas reliable, full fibre broadband will all but eliminate these issues.
Basic broadband access uses a copper phone line connected to the exchange.
Fibre to the Cabinet increases basic broadband speeds by connecting powerful fibre optic cable to the cabinet, then copper wires to your home or business.
The future is Fibre to the Premises (FTTP), where pure fibre optic cables connect you straight to the exchange.
Next gen of broadband
The primary motivation to switch to FTTP broadband is the 2025 deadline for the PSTN Switch Off. The upcoming withdrawal of the PSTN and ISDN, which support traditional broadband products run over copper telephone lines, marks a huge change in our industry, which will have a huge effect on every business in the UK that currently uses broadband or traditional telephony.
Legacy broadband technology is built on top of the phone line, meaning to connect to the internet, users always needed a landline, whether they used it or not. WLR is costly, especially if you’re not using the phone, and requires regular upkeep due to the copper technology used, resulting in more downtime for broadband users.
When you switch to SO, full fibre broadband, you no longer rely on WLR to keep you connected, rather voice becomes the OTT solution, so you don’t have to pay for it if you’re not using it. With the majority of providers now shifting their focus to the future of broadband and voice, coupled with the rise of mobile, fixed voice minutes have fallen significantly in recent years.
Once you have a full fibre connection to your premises, you won’t need to upgrade your broadband connection again; it is the best of the best. This will be a massive benefit to your business.
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