- Voice and Video
Fibre to the Cabinet is a cost-effective solution for business users demanding high internet bandwidth.
What is ‘Fibre to the Cabinet’?
As the name suggests, Fibre to the Cabinet, or ‘FTTC’, uses fibre optic cable to connect to the internet, running from the street side of a company’s telephone cabinet to the main telephone exchange.
How does it work?
A fibre optic transmission converts data into pulses of light which travel at great speed down the multiple strands of glass that comprise a fibre optic cable. Each strand can carry very large amounts of information.
What are the benefits?
Because fibre optic cable can carry many more times the amount of information as conventional copper wires, it provides a high speed internet connection for large amounts of data.
Why choose Prodec Networks?
Superfast Fibre Optic Broadband from Prodec Networks combines high-speed internet access with a large data allowance, making it ideal for users who rely on a reliable, fast exchange of information across digital channels.
Its FTTC installations could see download speeds of up to 40Mbps, and upload speeds of up to 10Mbps, dependent on the distance from the cabinet and the number of users.
Prodec Networks does not charge an installation fee for FTTC connections, nor for the router.