What is FTTX? How's it differ from FTTP, FTTH, FTTC?
FTTX refers to all types of fiber infrastructure including fiber to the home (FTTH), fiber to the premises (FTTP), fiber to the curb (FTTC), and fiber to the node (FTTN).
FTTH vs FTTP vs FTTC vs FTTN
FTTH stands for fiber to the home and is synonymous with FTTP (fiber to the premises). They both refer to a fiber optic cable running directly from the Internet Service Provider (ISP) to a home or business location.
FTTC stands for fiber to the curb and refers to a fiber optic cable run to the curb near the user with a copper ethernet cable connecting the fiber at the curb to the final location.
FTTN stands for fiber to the node and refers to a fiber optic cable running to service a large area with copper ethernet cables connecting each location in the service area to the node.