Author: Neil Tennant

What is FTTP?

FTTP, or Fibre-to-the-Premises, is a technology for providing Internet access by running fibre optic cables directly from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to a user’s home or business. This is end-to-end connection from the exchange to the building, unlike FTTC (Fibre-to-the-Cabinet) that runs fibre cables from an exchange to a cabinet, then uses copper wires […]

What is Calling Line Identity Presentation / Restriction?

Calling Line Identity Presentation allows a person being called to receive and display the person calling’s telephone number before answering the call. With this, you can ensure that people recognise your number, saving time on unnecessary introductions. The called party will only receive this information, however, if they have not restricted the sending of their […]

What are Fibre Leased Lines?

Fibre Leased Lines are a truly high-end piece of technology when it comes to business telecoms, capable of delivering optimum speed and performance. Fibre technology adds to the capabilities of leased lines with its own high-performing features. Leased Lines are private, high-performance circuits leased by a common carrier between a customer and a service provider’s […]