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FTTH (Fiber to the Home)

Fiber to the Home, or fiber to the premises, is a method that involves the use of optical fibers to provide high-speed internet access from one main access point to several other locations. Typically, copper cables or satellite signals are used to perform this function, but with FTTH, the speeds are much faster. Additionally, the signal is much more reliable and allows several different devices to connect at once without interruption.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About FTTH (Fiber to the Home)

SMBs that consist of large brick-and-mortar locations or several different office buildings can opt to use FTTH instead of traditional materials such as copper cable to provide more stable connections to all employees. This can improve overall performance and efficiency, especially if video meetings or other streaming services are part of daily operations.

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