FTTH


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FTTH

(Fiber To The Home) See FTTP.
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2 million new FTTH subscribers in the second half of 2012--more than all of the 27 Member States of the European Union combined--to reach a grand total of 7.
Across the EU27 countries, the number of FTTH subscribers continued to grow at an accelerated rate of 15% in the second half of 2012.
Bell and Bell Merit in Canada and Telmex in Mexico continue to be very important, small providers such as rural telcos, real estate developers, small competitive providers and even rural electric coops are playing a key role in driving the expansion of fiber to the home," said Michael Render, president of RVA LLC, which tracks FTTH deployment for the Council.
Omantel, together with its consultant, Detecon, one of the consultant companies in designing FTTH, presented a white paper titled: 'Lessons Learned with FTTH Network Design, Rollout and Implementation in the Sultanate of Oman'.
Baltic countries and Europe's new member states have played an important role in driving FTTH/B growth: Hungary and the Ukraine are the latest countries to enter the Council's European FTTH Ranking at 11th and 16th places respectively.
The FTTH Council Europe, a non profit organisation working to accelerate the availability of fibre-based, broadband access networks to consumers and businesses, was founded in Copenhagen last month.
IDC Japan attributes the FTTH expansion to aggressive sales by service providers and lowered subscription fees, and analyzes that the FTTH market will engulf ADSL users, forcing them to switch to high-speed FTTH as more and more housing complexes are fitted with FTTH connectivity.
An EPON chipset must satisfy the high demands of the FTTH market, delivering multi-service capability at low cost, as well enabling easy and quick designs for the system manufacturers.
DENVER -- enVision Capital, a mid-stage venture capital firm and division of management consulting firm, enVision Business Consulting, has selected rapidly growing FTTH Communications, LLC as its latest investment.
Although FTTH technology is still in its Infancy, the deployment of FTTH is growing substantially.
Verizon has adopted an FttH approach while AT&T has chosen mainly FttN with FttH for new developments and multiple dwelling units.
By early 2010, the estimated number of homes connected to FttH networks approached twenty million with a take-up rate of around 30%.