India is rapidly going digital. The transformation is catalyzed by government initiatives and consumers, who are demanding high performance internet connectivity for web browsing, online gaming, Wi-Fi and other bandwidth related services. There is strong market demand for affordable triple play (voice, video and data)as well as future broadband services, like tele-medicive & tele-presence.

Sustained market viability demands that service providers evolve their existing networks to withstand the rigors of bandwidth-intensive triple-play applications. The deployment of broadband access networks that bring optical fiber near or to the customer premises (FTTx) and new in-home distribution technologies are integral to this evolution. Successful triple-play deployment is possible only through comprehensive planning and well-defined test and management strategy.


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The rapid adoption and evolutionary nature of triple-play services over FTTH has resulted in a myriad of scenarios for delivering the voice, video and data bundle to the customer. Ultimately, providers will push services out from the core to the edge over an infrastructure comprised largely of optical components and fiber.

FTTH encompasses the entire set of network architecture that are enabling providers to bring broadband services to the customer premises today. Fiber may or may not extend all the way to the premises as it does in FTTP (Fiber To The Premises), FTTC (Fiber To The Turb), FTTH (Fiber To The Home)architectures. An xDSL technology, such as VDSL or ADSL2+, may be used in the last mile from the fiber node to the customer premises equipment. It is important to note that even in FTTH, the in-home distribution network is a critical part of the last-mile delivery of triple-play services.