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Bringing you the life-enhancing benefits of fibre to the home

Why Corning?

Standardise on a Consistent Infrastructure

Standardise on a Consistent Infrastructure

Fibre to the Home(FTTH) is the installation and use of optical fibre directly to individual buildings such as a single family units (SFUs), like residences and multidwelling unites (MDUs), like apartment buildings, and businesses to provide high-speed broadband access. FTTH dramatically increases connection speeds and reliability for broadband networks compared to existing copper infrastructures.


Corning Optical Communications is an industry-leading supplier of FTTH product solutions with over 10 years and in excess of 25 million homes passed (HP) of pioneering innovative, field-proven FTTH solutions. Corning's extensive portfolio of products and network expertise ensure our ability to provide solutions that address the challenges such as speed of deployment, labour costs, performance and quality cost deferment, network future readiness, and much more!


We invite you to explore the Corning FTTH advantage!

FTTH Resources

Product Highlights

OptiTect® HD Cabinet

OptiTect® HD Cabinet

Our OptiTect® HD cabinet was built with modularity and flexibility for FTTH deployments, now and into the future.

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OptiSheath® MultiPort Flex Terminal

OptiSheath® MultiPort Flex Terminal

The ideal choice for outside plant underground fiber access networks, including network access point terminals in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network deployments.

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