an investment bank with active analysis in the cable and telecom space, estimates that fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and fiber-to-the-neighborhood (FTTN) builds by the telecom industry will cost upwards of $1,000 per customer and $800 per customer, respectively.
What does FTTN stand for?
FTTN stands for Fiber-To-The-Neighborhood
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The initial announcement said Project Lightspeed would provide integrated IP-based television, ultra-high-speed broadband, IP voice and wireless bundles of products and services using FTTP and fiber-to-the-neighborhood services.
High speed access architectures such as Fiber-to-the-Neighborhood (FTTN) and active switched Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) increase demand for bandwidth outside the controlled temperature environment of a central office.
Technology: Fiber-to-the-neighborhood architecture, including a 145-mile fiber optic loop to link the 155 communities.
Project Lightspeed is the SBC initiative to deploy fiber-to-the-neighborhood and fiber-to-the-premises technologies to deliver IP-based video, voice, and high-speed Internet access services to approximately 18 million households across 13 states as part of its initial deployment.
The Xenon system solution can also be used in conjunction with Conexant's Accelity VDSL/VDSL2 chipset to provide fiber-to-the-neighborhood (FTTN), enabling the cost-effective delivery of triple-play voice, video and data services.
The SBC Project Lightspeed is a $4 billion capital initiative to build an advanced, IP-based network to deliver IP-based TV, super high-speed broadband and IP voice services by deploying fiber-to-the-neighborhood and fiber-to-the-premises technologies.
Champion detailed plans for Project Lightspeed, a $4 billion capital initiative to deploy fiber-to-the-neighborhood and fiber-to-the-premises technologies to 18 million households across 13 states within three years.