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Fibre To The x (FTTx) is a collective term for any broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide the last mile of telecommunications. The term is a generalization for several configurations of fiber deployment, categorized according to where the fiber terminates, such as ...
FTTB (fibre to the Business/Building/Basement)
FTTC (fibre to the Curb/Cabinet)
FTTD (fibre to the Desktop)
FTTE (fibre to the Exchange)
FTTH (fibre to the Home)
FTTN (fibre to the Node/Neighborhood)
FTTO (fibre to the Office)
FTTP (fibre to the Premises)
FTTX provides 100% pure end-to-end Fiber from TV and Internet Service Providers to the subscriber. Subscribers have access to fast browsing, downloading, uploading, chatting, video streaming, etc. at bursting speed up to 100 Mbps.