What is the difference between FTTH and FTTB? - Daisy Business Solutions afterglow player

What is the difference between FTTH and FTTB?

While FTTH (Fibre to the Home) and FTTB (Fibre to the business) services are delivered over a fibre link to your premises, this is where the similarities end.
FTTB services often have lower contention ratios, higher guaranteed speeds, advanced network redundancies and Service Level Agreements built in to ensure optimal uptime and throughputs. FTTB ensures that your organisation is connected to the world at all times. FTTB services also include Static or Public IP’s.
FTTH services often have higher contention ratios and single-mode network access allowing the costs to be lower than FTTB services. These services can cater to fewer users on the line and are not designed to carry the increased loads often required by businesses.