WHAT IS FIBRE TO THE Building? NBN FTTB
Are you sick and tired of using the same dated, sluggish internet connection? In Australia, the National Broadband Network (NBN) has a solution for you called FTTB (Fiber to the Building).
FTTB: What is it?
The abbreviation “Fiber to the Building” is FTTB. In layman’s terms, it’s a high-speed internet connection that sends internet to your building using fibre optic cables. This implies that you’ll get extremely fast internet speeds as opposed to relying on dated copper wires.
How does NBN use FTTB?
Apartments, townhomes, and other multi-dwelling units as well as commercial spaces can access the internet through NBN using FTTB. Most likely, if you own a business or live in a multi-dwelling unit, you are already connected to the NBN via FTTB.
But if you’re not in one of these places, don’t worry; NBN has a variety of technologies to suit various needs and situations. For instance, if you reside in a standalone home, your connection might be made using HFC or FTTP (Fiber to the Premises) (Hybrid Fiber Coaxial).
The advantages of FTTB
Why then should you be interested in FTTB? Well, to start, it moves quickly. like, very quickly. You can play online games, stream high-definition videos, and download big files at speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps).
FTTB is also trustworthy. Fibre optic cables are essentially immune to interference, in contrast to other internet connections that can be impacted by the environment or distance. This guarantees that your connection will be reliable all year long.
In summary, FTTB is an excellent internet connection that is ideal for commercial buildings and multi-family homes. It’s time to switch to FTTB if buffering and slow download speeds are getting you down. And now that the NBN is being implemented throughout the nation, connecting has never been simpler.
Why then wait? Upgrade your internet connection right away to put an end to buffering!
Head Internet Technician
Jason Kearney is the Head Technician at SECURE A COM, with qualifications spanning NBN, ADSL, phone, and data cabling. Starting as an electrician, Jason quickly delved into the telecommunications sector, leading crucial projects like the rehabilitation of the Telstra network. With credentials in both managerial and technical aspects, he now specialises in phone line and NBN fault location and repair, serving both homes and businesses with effective and personalised telecommunications solutions