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The twenty-first century heralded countless changes across our landscape; arguably none will be more important than the transformation of our telecommunications providers means to deliver consumers, both residential and business, telecommunication services. This phenomenon is being underpinned by two technologies; Internet Protocol commonly referred to as IP and optical Fiber, Today, the technology is available to provide all classes of services, voice, video and data, over a common protocol.

Internet usage has evolved during the last few years. More large files are moving across the cyberspace network these days, and experts expect that trend will only increase. A study by Bit N Byte Solutions estimates new technologies will drive Internet traffic up by 50 times its current rate within the next 10 years. The pressure for better connectivity is one of the main reasons providers and users are looking at fiber-to-the-home broadband connections as a potential solution.

Fiber-to-the-home broadband connections, or FTTH broadband connections, refer to fiber optic cable connections for individual residences. Such optics-based systems can deliver a multitude of digital information -- telephone, video and data more efficiently than traditional copper coaxial cable for about the same price. FTTH premises depend on both active and passive optical networks to function.

  •     Reduced maintenance costs
  •     Reduces upfront investment
  •     Reduced fibre costs in the short and long term
  •     Allows non-disruptive network modification, configuration and maintenance
  •     Multi-fibre counts possible
  •     Can be installed simply and quickly
  •     Specially designed for challenging environments
  •     Lower costs per additional customer
  •     Reduced number of splices between the Point of Presence (POP) and end user
  •     Reduced installation costs
  •     Cheaper closures and connectivity products
  •     Elimination of unused fibres in new networks
  •     Pay-as-you-grow capabilities
  •     Reduced access charges
  •     Suitable for a wide range of environments and buildings


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