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FTTP

(1) See also FTP.

(2) (Fiber To The Premises) The installation of optical fiber from the carrier directly into the home or office. Also called "fiber to the home" (FTTH), it is a more costly deployment for the carrier than "fiber to the neighborhood," which uses existing wiring from an external location to multiple properties. See FTTN and FTTx.


Fiber To the Premises
This example shows a passive optical network (PON) transporting fiber to the curb (FTTC), to the neighborhood (FTTN) and directly to the building (FTTH, FTTP).
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Houghton cites deployment of FTTP as an initiative that has resulted in increased revenue and decreased maintenance costs for communications companies.
NTS' Fiber-To-The-Premise (FTTP) network provides one of the fastest Internet connections available.
For telecom, this current FTTP trend is a far cry from the cross-country build-outs of the 90s.
Since deployment started years ago, public pressure is now mounting, and the members want to know when they'll be next to receive FTTP," he said.
The initial announcement said Project Lightspeed would provide integrated IP-based television, ultra-high-speed broadband, IP voice and wireless bundles of products and services using FTTP and fiber-to-the-neighborhood services.
Yes, as we discussed earlier, the large FTTP deployments already occurring around this country and the world will drive down the costs dramatically.
The company expects to have the targeted homes and business in Omaha connected with its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) technology by the end of this month.
(NYSE: NTS) said it has connected its first fibre customer in Iowa Park, Texas further expanding the company's "PRIDE" fibre-to-the-premise Network (FTTP).
McLaughlin Boring Systems is now offering a compact, pit-launch horizontal directional drilling system that the company expects to play an important part in FTTP (fiber-to-the-premises programs) under way or announced by major telecommunications service providers.