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Standard User izools
(committed) Sat 28-May-11 22:45:40
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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. . . but I can go out and take some pics of extra manholes being dug up Queen Street & Haldon Road to accomodate underground FTTP manifolds if you like? wink
In all seriousness there are people, like myself, who would appreciate sight of a set of photographs of such holes and their contents. smile


I'll see what I can do smile

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Standard User burakkucat
(member) Sat 28-May-11 22:52:02
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Appreciated. Thank you.

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Standard User bookey
(experienced) Sun 29-May-11 19:08:10
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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Here is something to tide you over.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/03/bt_milton_ke...

Lets just hope you don't need any Kleenex! laugh

Paul


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ISP Representative DaveTomlinson
(isp) Sun 29-May-11 19:25:48
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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Hi,

The Openreach FTTP rollout has yet to trial installs in blocks of flats and multi occupancy business units. The last I heard was that they were going to extend the Bradwell Abbey trial to two additional cabinets so they could do some installations in blocks of flats.

There are a load of complications with flats centred around how they feed the fibre from the street to flat and also around permissions. As an example, I live in a flat and with mine the copper is run through ducts and up into a distribution point on the ground floor. Only the management company for the flats have access to the cupboard where the distribution point is (the power and other things are in there as well). The copper is then fed up through the walls. So to install FTTP here Openreach would need to co-ordinate with the building's management company and deal with the complicated task of feeding the fibre up to my flat.

There's plenty of other issues too but hopefully they will start to trial the process out shortly.

Regards,

Dave Tomlinson
PlusNet Product Team
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Standard User izools
(committed) Sun 29-May-11 19:51:54
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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Here is something to tide you over.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/03/bt_milton_ke...

Lets just hope you don't need any Kleenex! laugh


Fascinating. Thanks for the link smile

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Standard User burakkucat
(member) Sun 29-May-11 20:20:54
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Re: A question about FTTP Deployment


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In reply to a post by bookey:
Here is something to tide you over.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/03/bt_milton_ke...

Lets just hope you don't need any Kleenex! laugh
An interesting read. Thank you.

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