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FTTC- Fiber To The Home- Fiber To The Curb
The Fiber To The
Home concept has finally started becoming a reality. After years
of successful fiber optic installations, fiber optic field trials
& technological advances, the concept of installing Fiber
Optic Cable To The Home is becoming a reality. There are many
successful installations that show that fiber optics can deliver
bundled or individual data, voice and video circuits more efficiently
to the home by using a fiber optic cable- than any other medium.
Fiber Optic Cable is able to deliver a mulititude of data, voice
and video services to the home more efficiently-and securely-versus
traditional copper transport mediums. We are all aware of slow
dial-up frustrations and DSL outages, and coax cable issues (Broadband-Cable
TV). Once fiber optics are deployed as an end to end solution-
all these inherent problems associated with copper /coax based
transport factilities will virtually disappear.
AFL is ready to get you started today by utilizing our FTTx Business Modeling Tool that includes the following:
• Extensive ROI modeling engine
• Architectures supported
- Hybrid Fiber BPL or WiFi
• Supports phased market rollout
• Wide range of user-definable inputs
- Revenue streams
- Installation labor
- OpEx (operations and service provider)
• Board Ready Outputs
- Full financial model
- ROI, net income, cash flow
- Bill of materials
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optic cable's cost effectiveness over the long term will also insure continued
growth in the telecommunications industry by delivering the ultimate in speed,
service and security. It's the same type of undertaking that was done by the cable
companies in the early '80s to upgrade their-outdated cable tv networks. As late
as the 1960's-1970's, in some areas in the cable companies even used "barbed
wire" to deliver their cable service.
this time the current condition of existing telephone and cable networks is at
best marginal as we all experience the constant DSL and cable modem "breakdowns".
The copper telephone cables are slowly nearing the end of their useful life- as
some of them have been in the ground for over 60-70 years. We all know what happens
to copper kettles- the same thing happens to the copper cables- and the ends of
those cables that are exposed to air- get wet and corroded. Furthermore, the actual
cable components are aging, corroding- and are simply becoming obsolete. Telephone
companies are being pushed by the consumer to deliver the basic Internet services
that homeowners require. The only proven method is to invest in fiber optic technology.
The need for additional"bandwidth" in the delivery of "content"
and "services" to the home is also a key force in this growing market
American Tech, we believe that building fiber optic cable networks to the home
is the next major growth market. After years of field trials, lowered fiber optic
costs and increased efficiency in delivering services in the actual fiber optic
network, the timing is right to invest in this area. American Tech Supply as a
supplier offers several complete end to end fiber optic systems complete
end to end solutions for fiber to the home proejcts. ATS as a value added supplier can offer several separate solutions to a developer or home builder- unlike a single source manufacturer that will only "sell' their 'solutions'. ATS will work with you to provide you the best possible equipment at the best possible price.Besides Fiber To The Home equipment, we can offer consulting and other resources to
developers and municipalities interested in the Fiber To The Home technology.
always welcome working with developers, builders, contractors, CLEC's, Carriers
and the Regional Bell Operating companies (RBOC's) in providing the fiber optic
equipment, fiber optic cable, and fiber optic switching equipment for all your "Fiber To The Home Needs".
Please see below the ways that American Tech Supply can assist you:
American Tech Supply can become your sole source or added value partner in supplying
the equipment (at wholesale costs) for the fiber to the home project. We have
recently teamed up with a Certified MWBE/DV
woman owned company and can now offer you the WBE requirements required by law.
We can provide you with everything from the singlemode/multimode fiber optic cable,
OSP ducting, fiber optic jumpers, fiber optic panels, fiber optic switching equipment,
fiber vaults, fiber transmission equipment- including CWDM and WDM technology,
to the connectors and on premise equipment that attaches to the outside of home.
We will provide your company with all your materials delivered in a timely and
courteous fashion- right to the jobsite.
ATS can be your design- engineering partner to develop an effective fiber
to the home solution for developers and home builders to city planners. We
will provide you with a comprehensive plan to deliver fiber to the home services
to your customers even if you will use your own service personnel to deploy the
American Tech Supply can also offer logistical assistance in implementing fiber
to the home services. We can refer or "partner" your organization to
the specific manufacturers, service providers, and installation companies that
most closely match your needs.
We can offer you complete consulting services where to buy the products, a variety
of manufacturer vendors offering fiber to the home products, recommendations which
contractors to work with, and how to build out the network. We can also help
refer you to the proper regulatory agencies if you are wanting to become a CLEC/BLEC
. A CLEC is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier which is regulated by the State
PUC or Public Utilites Commission. American Tech can provide you with complete
fiber to the home consultancy- at affordable rates.
We can also show a potential developer or builder how they could benefit in offering
value added services such as bundled telephone service, video, DSL, T-1, Satellite,
Security, wireless, cable, entertainment and more to the homeowner by becoming
a CLEC- or Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. As a CLEC the developer/home
builder would be able to:
Build out the underground the fiber optic infrastructure
(2) Install the switching and billing equipment- Can build the entire billing
and switching center
(3) Install and be able to deploy basic telephone service, long distance service,
DSL, T-1, video, cable, satellite, and security services.
developer can greatly expand their control and profit margins by teaming with
our company. As a developer you will be able to expand your financial resources
significantly by offering a multitude of voice, data, and video services to the
homeowner for however long he or she owns the home. The key is to be able to first
install, thereby you own and manage your own underground or fiber optic infrastructure
in a community. Once someone other than the developer installs the infrastructure,
the company that installed that equipment owns that "right of way' and it
becomes very difficult at that time for the developer to get a foothold in the
services sector. The key is to be the first and only provider of the infrastructure
in your particular community. Once this is done-Your organization then become
the "phone company" for your community. Please call us ffor additional
Offer design-build capability by referring you to one of our partner companies
to build the entire network from the central office/(or headend) right to the
Offer all the above services in one bundle. We can provide the developer or city
planner assistance in any or all of the above services.
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A Smart Home Is Built and Smart Cable Is Installed Along With
Fiber to the
home (FTTH) is the ideal fiber-optics architecture. In this architecture, fiber
deployment is carried all the way to the customer's home (premises). Fiber Optic
service to the home is the fastest, most reliable and secure method and far surpasses
anything that Broadband or "wireless" could ever even dream of. Many
people never know that today's vast cellular and wireless network runs and "communicates"via
a fiber optic backbone. This is the only way such vast amounts of data can be
transported from caller to caller -quickly and securely.
it seems that everyone wants high-speed data, dependable voice service, and high-quality
video. Whether these services are delivered by digital subscriber line (DSL),
cable modems, or wireless architectures is insignificant as long as the service
is fast and dependable.
these services, however, presents a number of challenges, including how to get
lines out to each customer and how to future-proof the architecture put into the
ground today. This tutorial will address one possible solution, which is a fiber-optics
architecture called FTTH. There are other terms being used by the telecommunications
community such as FTTC or "fiber to the curb" -but the term FTTH has
overtaken most others as the "final solution" to delivering high speed
communicatgions seamlessly over one medium- fiber optics.
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2 Evolution of FTTH
Meeting Today's Needs and Anticipating the Future
How FTTH Works
5 The Advantages
6 Level of Penetration
and Acceptance in the Market
Future of FTTH
8 FTTH Suppliers
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