Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) Broadband

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Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) services in the UK.

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Highly-reliable, secure and fast data connectivity. Internet speeds up to 80Mbps.

The move to Cloud-based applications including Voice and Collaboration applications and services, as well as the need to have fast access to the Internet makes good quality access essential for businesses. Designed for IP telephony, video and conferencing services as well as instant messaging, our broadband solutions make us the perfect end-to-end supplier for your connectivity and communication requirements.

Fibre to the Cabinet is a term for a broadband connection using optical fibre to replace part of the usual metal local loop used for connection to an exchange. With FTTC the optical fibre replaces the copper from the DP (street cabinet) to the exchange, in practise this allows for much higher speeds as the length of the copper is much shorter (see Attenuation) and also boasts increased stability over its ADSL counterpart. With FTTC the DLSAM is located in the cabinet rather than the exchange

What is Fibre to the Cabinet_Fidelity Group
The speeds you can get with a FTTC connection will vary based on how far away you are from your nearest cabinet and how many others are using internet connections from that cabinet.You can typically get download speeds between 40 – 80mbps and upload speeds between 2 – 20mbps on FTTC internet connections in the UK.
What is Fibre to the Cabinet_Fidelity Group
FTTC uses a mix of fibre and copper lines to deliver an internet connection, whereas FTTP uses just fibre lines, making it considerably faster in both upload and download. Both FTTC and FTTP are connected to your local green street cabinet, which unfortunately means both connections are contended. This means they’ll run slower during peak hours and are not suitable for most types of business use.
The speed of your FTTC connection is heavily dependent on your distance from the nearest cabinet and how many others are sharing the connection.

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