FTTC


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AcronymDefinition
FTTCFiber to the Curb
FTTCFibre To The Curb
FTTCFiber to the Cabinet
FTTCForeign Trade Training Center (Egypt)
FTTCFiber to the Cell (telecommunications)
FTTCFiber to the Community (fiber-optic networking)
FTTCFaculty Technology Training Center
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In this study on FTTC Vectoring the structural inputs as well as most of the cost inputs from Jay, Neumann, Pluckebaum (2012) were reused.
Openreach will deploy ECI's Hi-FOCuS Multi-Service Access Node (MSAN) to roll-out a FTTP and FTTC network countrywide.
Currently, many operators owned a large number of FTTC sites and deployed the mainstream VDSL2/vectoring solution to provide 50100 Mbit/s bandwidth for users.
Already, the FTTC service has been activated in many parts of the towns and the operator intends to offer internet connections at speeds of up to 100 Mbps to 95% of the population by the end of 2015.
1 million customers served by FTTC systems and anticipates adding an additional 150,000-200,000 new homes on those systems in 2005 and 2006.
In Quartu Sant'Elena the company's FTTC network already covers 14,000 households, via the connection of 86 street cabinets, with the operator planning to cover 85% of the local population by the end of 2015.
This is achieved by combining up to four VDSL2 FTTC or ADSL circuits using industry standard Multi Link PPP bonding.
FTTC, the more common of the two technologies, currently delivers downstream speeds of up to 80Mbps, giving residential customers plenty of capacity to enjoy the online world todayii.
By 2015, Telecom Italia aims at connecting 70 percent of the local population to its FTTC network, offering customers with internet connections at speeds of up to 100 Mbps.