Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is the new full fibre Internet solution that connects your premise directly to the nearest Ethernet node.
This means your business can benefit from speeds up to 1Gb, with fast installation, market-leading SLAs and a much more reliable connection. Providing unrivalled stability and high bandwidths better suited to the digital demands of both personal and business users when compared to ADSL.
Full-fibre cabling technology is used to transfer data at high speed from the local exchange, directly to your premises. Offering a future-proof solution to the ever-increasing digital demands of modern life.
In an increasingly connectivity-first digital landscape, FTTP is the perfect solution for IP services such as VoIP.
FTTP lets your business take advantage of ultrafast network speeds at a lower cost and is the perfect platform for moving off the PSTN network before Openreach switches it off by 2025. It’s also easy to overlay additional IP services like VoIP and SIP on your FTTP, providing a stable platform to run your voice services over.
FTTP is also an uncontended option, making it ideal for businesses that need to quickly access applications in the cloud, download and send large files and connect to other sites across the country.
Who needs FTTP?
The short answer is everyone. With the PSTN switch off in 2025 traditional broadband will no longer be accessible. FTTP increases business productivity with higher speed more reliant connections.
Business broadband conjures up images of office buildings, rows of desks and hundreds of employees in front of computers. The reality is that business broadband users very rarely look like this, with many users working remotely particularly with industries such as manufacturing or logistics.
With higher bandwidth, increased reliability and lower latency FTTP will revolutionise connectivity for both residential and businesses alike.
For cases that are more price sensitive, we recommend SoGEA, which can deliver download speeds of up is 80 Mbps. This is comparable with traditional broadband, but because there are no voice services it can be provided at lower cost.
How much faster is FTTP?
With download speeds of up to 1Gbps compared to standard top ADSL speeds of 512Mbps users experience no connectivity slow down regardless of how many activities they are performing or how many online devices they are using, making it the most reliable broadband technology available.
FTTP does not experience signal loss due to environmental changes or distance. There is no noise interference, no degradation and no loss of performance.
Do you want faster speeds at lower cost? Get in touch today for a quotation.
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