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  • FTTP and Fibre to the Home (FTTH) is essentially the same thing, although the term FTTP is often used as it includes non-residential premises, as well as residential 'homes.'

    Computerworld News

  • Piper admitted that cable's current bandwidth advantages will be usurped by newer telco technologies such as FTTP (also known as fiber-to-the-home, or FTTH).

    Betanews

  • The new superfast network will: connect homes, schools and workplaces with optical fibre (fibre to the premise or 'FTTP'), providing broadband services to Australians in urban and regional towns with speeds of 100 megabits per second - 100 times faster than those currently used by most people - extending to towns with a population of around 1,000 or more people use next generation wireless and satellite technologies that will be able to deliver 12 megabits per second or more to people living in more remote parts of rural Australia provide fibre optic transmission links connecting cities, major regional centres and rural towns be Australia's first national wholesale-only, open access broadband network be built and operated on a commercial basis by a company established at arm's length from Government and involve private sector investment be expected to be rolled-out, simultaneously, in metropolitan, regional, and rural areas.

    Australian Government Media Releases [All Portfolios]

  • The new superfast network will: connect homes, schools and workplaces with optical fibre (fibre to the premise or 'FTTP'), providing broadband services to Australians in urban and regional towns with speeds of 100 megabits per second - 100 times faster than those currently used by most people - extending to towns with a population of around 1,000 or more people use next generation wireless and satellite technologies that will be able to deliver 12 megabits per second or more to people living in more remote parts of rural Australia provide fibre optic transmission links connecting cities, major regional centres and rural towns be Australia's first national wholesale-only, open access broadband network be built and operated on a commercial basis by a company established at arm's length from Government and involve private sector investment be expected to be rolled-out, simultaneously, in metropolitan, regional, and rural areas.

    Australian Government Media Releases [All Portfolios]

  • The existing broadband infrastructures (cable modem, wireless, and DSL, respectively) have significant limitations when compared to fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), which reaches only a small fraction of the United States.

    Art Brodsky: Yes, Mr. FCC Chairman, There Is a Santa Claus

  • The existing broadband infrastructures (cable modem, wireless, and DSL, respectively) have significant limitations when compared to fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), which reaches only a small fraction of the United States.

    Art Brodsky: Yes, Mr. FCC Chairman, There Is a Santa Claus

  • The existing broadband infrastructures (cable modem, wireless, and DSL, respectively) have significant limitations when compared to fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), which reaches only a small fraction of the United States.

    Art Brodsky: Yes, Mr. FCC Chairman, There Is a Santa Claus

  • The existing broadband infrastructures (cable modem, wireless, and DSL, respectively) have significant limitations when compared to fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), which reaches only a small fraction of the United States.

    Art Brodsky: Yes, Mr. FCC Chairman, There Is a Santa Claus

  • The existing broadband infrastructures (cable modem, wireless, and DSL, respectively) have significant limitations when compared to fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), which reaches only a small fraction of the United States.

    Art Brodsky: Yes, Mr. FCC Chairman, There Is a Santa Claus

  • The existing broadband infrastructures (cable modem, wireless, and DSL, respectively) have significant limitations when compared to fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), which reaches only a small fraction of the United States.

    Art Brodsky: Yes, MR. FCC CHAIRMAN, there is a Santa Claus

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  • Fiber to the Premises (fiber optic internet)

    October 19, 2013