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  • But the cable has also been laid for the vintage boats in front of our apartment building, as most of them are used as house boats and people are living on them permanently; so with water, electricity and telephone, they now get fiber to the boat FTTB.

    BPN 1338 FTMH - Fiber in the ground; next step

  • One big feature of the market in the last year is the growth of broadband services over fibre, so called ‘Fibre-to-the-building’, FTTB, or FTTx to cover all the options.

    Its a Broadband Planet

  • In 2Q10, worldwide PON revenue jumped 28 percent, driven by increased spending on EPON equipment for FTTB and FTTH rollouts.

    Broadcom Announces Industry's First 10G EPON Optical Network Unit SoC Solution - Yahoo! Finance

  • And utilization of such network should be more efficient than what we had before practically running to federal networks one for mobile, one for fixed and maybe the third one even for FTTB.

  • Pricing excellence and the transition to bundle in mobile, obtains radio license and the fast network rollout, completion of FTTB rollout in leadership in net ads, maintain cost efficiency through its local and global synergy and network transformation, corporate culture integration and motivation system.

  • In fixed side, we will of course, continue our successful story of deploying our FTTB network bundled with IPTV services.

  • In the fixed segment, Kyivstar is focusing on the kind of full service provider in the B2B segment and on the delivering FTTB service to the mass market.

  • Now, we have very strong program of merging that three networks and extracting synergies from that within the country because - I can speak a lot about all the points and possibilities, for example, using our FTTB network to connect node B through the fiber because it stays on the same roof of the building where we connect subscribers and so on and so forth.

  • Targeting the traditionally challenging and expensive service locations for residential and business users, including rural areas and multi-dwelling units MDU, the FTTN, FTTC, FTTB and FTTP products will provide VDSL2 and Active Ethernet connectivity in the last mile in a 1U form factor that provides cost-efficiency benefits for operators expanding their multi-service access capabilities.

  • Operators worldwide are already utilizing Zhone's new FTTC, FTTN, FTTB and FTTP access solutions to extend their fiber and copper reach and deliver multi-play services to residential and business customers in otherwise challenging and expensive service areas.

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  • Fiber to the building, with ethernet throughout the rest of the building.

    June 26, 2014