Fiber to the home (FTTH) is the use of optical fiber from a central point directly to individual buildings to provide unprecedented high-speed Internet access. FTTH dramatically increases the connection speeds and is the only future proof solution for the digital highway enabling internet, TV, telephony and all the future services multimedia and IoT will bring.
Networks can be either P2P (point-to-point) or P2MP (point-to-multipoint). In a P2P network, there are no splitters or similar between the switch in the POP or central office and the home access point, which enables flexibility in speed and application. As both ends are active the requirements on connectivity can be lower than in P2MP networks. Grade C at the very ends is good enough and grade B in between in the POP is only advisable.
In P2MP networks you have more connectors in the signal’s path, and as a result the requirements on the connectivity will be higher, with at least grade B.
Novobit provides high quality products from the central Office to the end-user depending on the application offering best value/price ration. Innovations such as the pre-terminated Outlet-pizza-box for a cost effective and fast deployment and quality products to secure the lowest maintenance cost and future proof networks with minimal attenuation (Novobit 30° tuning patent).
Novobit provides the following optical passive products for Fiber to the Home applications:
Save up to 30% cost during the roll-out phase compared to low cost alternatives with high outfall rates. 50% cost saving on maintenance for the first 100.000 customers, and 30% cost saving in the expansions.