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      Fiber to the Premises FTTP Cable Network Products | FTTX Products | Corning

      Fiber to the Premises

      Fiber to the Premises

      Fiber to the premises (FTTP) refers to the installation of optical fiber direct to individual buildings such as?single-family units,?multidwelling units, and businesses to provide high-speed broadband access. FTTP dramatically increases connection speeds and reliability for broadband networks compared to legacy copper infrastructure.

      By providing solutions that accelerate deployment, improve network performance, and minimize costs, Corning helps network operators stay ahead of demand for high-bandwidth capabilities - allowing you to deliver on the promise of emerging applications.

      Though FTTP typically refers to all-fiber networks that deliver services to individual homes, businesses, or apartments, the scope of "premise" is becoming broader as optical fiber becomes the preferred medium to reach?devices deeper and further into networks than ever before. Our FTTP?innovations, developed with direct input from our customers, have already?delivered fiber connectivity to more than 100 million homes passed with?hardened connectivity.?

      Fiber to the Premises Applications

      5G ready network solutionsCommunity Broadband
      Community broadband can deliver immeasurable benefits, including a path to the digital future to ensure your community’s place in the innovation economy. And optical fiber – just like roads and waterways – is a key tool for economic development.

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      Fiber to the curb (FTTC) often refers to telecom architectures supporting xDSL technologies. Not fully passive, optical fiber reaches deep into the distribution of the network but leverages existing twisted pair copper cabling to support the final drop to subscriber active electronics.

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      Fiber to the home (FTTH) deployments have soared globally. As the desire for bandwidth continues to grow, traditional telecom and cable operators, government entities and internet service providers are looking for economical solutions to reach subscribers with fiber cable.

      Fiber to the node (FTTN) often refers to cable operators’ hybrid fiber coax (HFC) networks supporting DOCSIS protocol. Fiber feeds powered optical-to-electrical (O/E) nodes in the access distribution that converts signal to run over existing coax cabling to subscribers. In fiber deep applications, amplifier cascades are reduced to improve overall bandwidth and performance.

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      HSmall CellSmall Cell
      As wireless demands have risen, fiber-fed macro tower base stations evolved into fiber to the antenna (FTTA) reaching up the tower to the radio heads themselves. As 4G/5G proliferates, operators will rely heavily on a wider mesh of small cells to provide the enhanced mobile broadband experience to end users. The preferred medium will be fiber… densification becomes “glassification” in fiber to the small cell (FTTSC) deployments.

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      Fiber to the Unit (FTTU) often refers to the living unit, often characterized by being in a multidwelling unit (MDU).

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