Defining Your FTTH Network

Define Your Network Project

Define Your Network Project

Whether you are bringing broadband to a small rural community, a remote town in the mountains, or upgrading a current network to improve services to a suburban home division, there are a lot of questions to answer, data to collect, and plans to make to design and deploy the right network for your project.

Many individuals have questions about which architecture to select and whether fiber is the right choice. There are several architecture options to choose from, and fiber is the most cost-effective approach, offering more bandwidth, flexibility, and paths to future-readiness to keep your network competitive. Before selecting the right architecture for your project, consider the questions below and gather the data to answer those questions. Fill out the form below if you need assistance, and a member of our team will walk you through the process.


Common questions to consider before designing your network.

  • Who will the network serve? How many houses?
  • When does the network need to go live?
  • How much time do I have to design and deploy the network?
  • Do I have a team that can implement the network? Does that team need training?
  • How should I plan for future upgrades?
  • What is the total cost of ownership?

Defining Your Network with Greg Lentz

Many factors contribute to the cost of a Fiber to the Home (FTTH) deployment.  Greg Lentz reviews what he considers when formulating a high level cost estimate for a FTTH build.

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