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Latest Post - What’s the difference between FTTC, ADSL AND FTTP?

The two main alternatives to FTTC broadband are ADSL and FTTP. Below, we compare FTTC with both to help you understand the differences and which option might be best for your business. FTTC is a broadband connection called Fibre to the Cabinet and connects homes and businesses to fibre optic broadband via copper cables. Speeds will dependent on distance from the exchange and can be a very cost-effective option for small to medium-sized businesses. What is the difference between FTTC and ADSL? ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line and runs over copper wires over existing telephone lines. It's popular for home broadband as it's relia...
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What’s the difference between FTTC, ADSL AND FTTP?
November 14th, 2022
Categories: Broadband
The two main alternatives to FTTC broadband are ADSL and FTTP. Below, we compare FTTC with both to help you understand the differences and which option might be best for your business.
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What is a Mesh WiFi? And do I need it?
October 12th, 2021
What is a Mesh WiFi system? Mesh WiFi systems are made up of a group of wireless devices that work together to spread your WiFi network across your office or home reducing any dead zones/spots...
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Will The 2012 Olympics Effect Our Broadband?
January 6th, 2012
Categories: Broadband
London is expecting millions of visitors during the period of the 2012 Olympic Games and that could potentially put an awful amount of strain on our UK networks. This could cause serious congestion r...
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BT Power Failure And Why You Should Have A Failover Line
October 4th, 2011
Categories: Broadband
A power failure yesterday at one of BT’s major exchanges was causing huge ADSL issues all over the UK for the most part of the day. As we all know, businesses rely on the internet, without the inter...
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