Exploring the Power of FTTP: The Future of Broadband

In today's digital age, having a fast and reliable internet connection is no longer a luxury but a necessity. Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is revolutionising the way we connect to the internet by providing lightning-fast speeds and unmatched reliability. In this blog post, we'll delve into what FTTP is, how it works, its benefits, and why it's worth considering for your home or business. 

What is FTTP?  

FTTP, or Fibre to the Premises, is a broadband connection that utilises fibre optic cables to deliver internet directly to your home or business. Unlike traditional ADSL broadband connections that use copper cables, FTTP relies on advanced fibre optic technology, which allows for faster and more reliable internet access.  

How does FTTP work?

FTTP works by transmitting data through light pulses along fibre optic cables. These light pulses travel at incredible speeds, facilitating the delivery of data in the form of digital signals. The use of fibre optics enables FTTP to achieve ultra-fast speeds and consistent performance, making it the gold standard for internet connectivity. 

The Benefits of FTTP: 

Is FTTP worth getting?

For those seeking high speed – always on connectivity, FTTP is undoubtedly worth considering. Its benefits extend beyond fast speeds and reliability, particularly for businesses: 

It's worth noting that FTTP availability may vary depending on your location. If you use the form below we can send you a report on the best available technologies at your premises. 


Conclusion: FTTP represents the next generation of broadband connectivity, offering lightning-fast speeds, unwavering reliability, and future-proof capabilities. Whether you're a small office set up craving lightning-fast downloads or a multi user business seeking a competitive edge, FTTP is the answer. Embrace the power of FTTP and unlock the full potential of the digital world. 

Additional Information: To put the speed capabilities of FTTP into perspective, here's a comparison with other connection types: 

Type of Connection  Typical Download Speed  Typical Upload Speed 
ADSL  10-20 Mbps  1-2 Mbps 
SoGEA  30-80 Mbps  10-20 Mbps 
FTTP  Up to 900 Mbps  Up to 900 Mbps 


We hope this blog has shed light on the wonders of FTTP. Should you have any further questions or enquiries, please feel free to get in touch with one of the team.