Readers who are somewhat unclear on FTTC broadband soon won’t be. Read on.
FTTC broadband exchange rollout posts have attracted a huge amount of interest on this blog. More so in fact than any other subject I have posted on. There is clearly a demand out there for the faster speeds.
There isn’t that much info out there on what the proposition actually is so I am happy to remedy this. The following spiel has been pinched from the BT Wholesale FTTC Handbook (thanks to BT for letting me do this) . This is normally only provided to ISPs who are reselling the technology/solution.
As is the nature of these things I have had to simplify the wording but if you see some complex technospeak it is probable left over from the original text. I’m afraid there is no getting away from the acronyms. The diags are BT (Wholesale & Openreach) originals.
Fibre To The Cabinet (FTTC) utilises BT’s 21st Century Network. If an ISP already offers ADSL2+ services based on