FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) is super-fast fibre broadband, also known as VDSL. As FTTC uses a fibre optic infrastructure, it provides much higher upload and download speeds than a conventional ADSL copper wire connection.
Fibre optic cabling is run to the green cabinet on your street, then conventional copper cabling is run from the cabinet to your house. FTTC is now available in most of the UK. Use our availability checker below to see if you can get a fibre connection.
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Unlike traditional broadband lines, which were repackaged telephone lines, fibre optic cables have been purposely built for broadband with information being transmitted as flashes of light. With light travelling so quickly, there is less chance of interference. This means that a fibre optic internet connection is much more likely to achieve advertised speeds than traditional broadband.
We offer market leading speeds of up to 80Mbps download and 20Mbps upload. This is more than enough to handle your office activity, allowing for members of staff to work concurrently and efficiently from the same connection.
FTTC uses a much shorter copper line than standard ADSL broadband making it more reliable. The speed of which data travels over fibre infrastructure significantly reduces the chance of interference, allowing for a more reliable service. connectAssure FTTC comes with business phone support.
FTTC or Fibre To The Cabinet uses a fibre optic connection between your local exchange and the green street cabinet. Then conventional copper cabling, used in standard broadband connects your premises to the nearest street cabinet.
Because fibre optic infrastructure makes up the majority of the connection FTTC offer much higher speeds than conventional all copper connections.
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