Fibre to the Premises

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP), a high-speed broadband connectivity that delivers internet services directly to the premises.

About Our Service

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) utilises the most advanced and fastest broadband available and delivered fibre-optic cable directly to your premises. With speeds of up to 1 GBPS, it’s an excellent solution for businesses that require an internet connection that’s robust enough to handle heavy usages such as streaming, video conferencing and data transfer.

Fibre to the Premises

Fibre to the premises (FTTP) is a high-speed broadband network architecture that delivers internet access directly to a user's premises via fiber-optic cable, offering faster download and upload speeds and more reliable connectivity than traditional copper-based broadband services.
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Introduction to Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is a high-speed broadband technology that delivers internet connectivity to a home or business by providing a direct fibre-optic connection from the service provider to the user's premises. Unlike traditional broadband services that rely on copper wiring, FTTP provides faster and more reliable internet speeds, enabling users to experience seamless online activities such as video conferencing, online gaming, and streaming high-quality content.

Fibre to the Premises: The Power of Light-Speed Connectivity

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is a revolutionary technology that uses optical fibres to transmit data at incredibly fast speeds. Unlike traditional copper cables, optical fibres are able to carry data over long distances with little signal degradation, making FTTP an ideal solution for businesses that need reliable, high-speed connectivity. In this section, we will explore the many benefits of FTTP, including increased bandwidth, lower latency, and improved reliability.

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Benefits of Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)

The deployment of FTTP offers several benefits to users, including higher speeds, greater reliability, and improved latency compared to traditional broadband services. With FTTP, users can experience download speeds of up to 1 Gbps, which is significantly faster than most broadband services, allowing for seamless online activities. Additionally, the use of fibre-optic cables provides improved reliability and reduces the risk of downtime, ensuring that users have uninterrupted access to the internet. Furthermore, FTTP provides improved latency, which means that users can enjoy fast and responsive internet experiences, ideal for real-time activities such as online gaming and video conferencing.

Fibre to the Premises: The Future of Business Connectivity

As the world becomes more connected and businesses continue to rely on technology for success, the need for fast and reliable connectivity becomes more and more important. Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is the future of business connectivity, offering unmatched speed and reliability that traditional copper cables simply cannot match. In this section, we will take a closer look at how FTTP is transforming the way businesses communicate and collaborate, as well as the many benefits that this technology offers to organisations of all sizes. Whether you are looking to upgrade your existing connectivity or deploy a new solution, FTTP is the ideal choice for businesses that demand the best.

Our approach

Innovation. Agility. Expertise.

At Dalys, we take a customer-focused approach to all our services. We aim to understand your unique needs and work with you to develop bespoke solutions that meet your specific requirements.


For the Design phase, we focus on creating an innovative and visually appealing solution to meet your needs.


In Development, our team uses the latest technology and practices to bring the design to life. You can trust us.


For Deployment, we ensure a smooth and seamless transition, ensuring the solution is integrated seamlessly into your infrastructure.

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