FTTC vs. FTTP broadband: What is the Difference?

When it comes to broadband connections, there are two main types: fiber to the cabinet (FTTC) and fiber to the premises (FTTP). The main difference is how close the connection is to your home or business. With FTTC, the connection from the exchange runs to a nearby street cabinet. From there, it’s a copper line that runs to your premises. This means that the connection isn’t as fast as FTTP, but it’s still much faster than ADSL. With FTTP, the connection from the exchange runs to your premises. This means the speeds are much higher, as no copper line is … Continue reading FTTC vs. FTTP broadband: What is the Difference?