Reverse Powered Gfast DPUs

The Missing Link

The ultra-fast speeds offered by Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) broadband have created great excitement among broadband users – but that excitement can turn very quickly into frustration when they see their home or property damaged by a complicated and intrusive FTTH installation.

Customers clearly want access to high-speed broadband, but they want a painless migration from their existing service and don’t want to have their property damaged during the installation process or wait at home all day for an engineer to turn up.

The situation can be even more complicated in multi-dwelling units (MDU) where an agreement needs to be made with building owners to even access the building to deliver new fibre.

The Missing Link


The solution to delivering ultra-fast speeds without the complexity of a full FTTH connection to every premises lies in a Gfast enabled Fibre-to-the-Distribution-Point (FTTdP) network.`

On an FTTdP network new fibre is connected to a reverse-powered Distribution Point Unit (DPU) that is then linked to the existing copper serving the home or business – and customers are able to activate the service themselves with no need to wait around for an engineer to turn up.

Learn how you can roll-out an ultra-fast Gfast FTTdP network more efficiently by using an external DPU and in-home Network Connection Device (NCD).


More efficient Gfast roll-out with reverse powered DPUs


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The Missing Link

More efficient FTTH roll-out with Reverse Powered Gfast DPUs

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