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StarHub Home broadband offers you more options to hop on board the fast track.
The Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (Next Gen NBN) is an initiative by IDA to build an island-wide fibre network that offers high speed broadband within Singapore.
The industry structure comprises of a NetCo, OpCo and Retail Service Providers. OpenNet (NetCo) is responsible for designing, building and operating of the passive infrastructure while Nucleus Connect (OpCo) provides wholesale network services over the active infrastructure.
Leveraging on new fibre technology, StarHub as a Retail Service Provider buys wholesale network services from Nucleus Connect to offer MaxInfinity service in addition to MaxOnline, our existing high speed broadband access service. MaxInfinity complements MaxOnline by offering an alternative to users who also require high upload speed for bandwidth-intensive video applications such as HD video conferencing, HD surveillance and uploading of large files.
MaxOnline is transmitted over Hybrid Fibre-Coaxial network that provides Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN). The fibre connection terminates at the node which is located less than 1km away from the home. The coaxial cable wiring continues the connection from the node into the home.
Hybrid Fibre-Coaxial (HFC) Network
Fibre to the Node (FTTN)
MaxInfinity is transmitted over Next Gen NBN that provides Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) . The fibre connection terminates within the home. Though the transmission of data between cable network and fibre network is different, data transmission speed between FTTH and FTTN is less than 1 nanosecond.
Next Gen NBN
Fibre to the Home (FTTH)
Termination Point installed in your
To check when your home will be
connected, you may like to log on
Optical Network Terminal
Provided by Nucleus Connect
at no additional cost.
Fibre-ready Wireless Home
An all-in-one device for data,
voice and home networking.
Parental control functions that
blocks access to specific websites.
Firewall features to protect
your home network against
Automatic software updates
ensures that your device is always
updated with the latest fixes and
minor software enhancements.
One fibre TP will be enough to support the bandwidth
needs of the home for multiple services including
telephony, television and high-speed internet.
Once the TP is established, you can choose any one
of the following Home Networking solutions to extend
the connectivity to the other rooms in your home.
(1) Structured Cabling
Pre-planned category 5e/6 cables to connect to other
networking devices within the home.
(2) Wireless Repeater
Using a pair of wireless devices to emulate a wired connection.
Powerline networking and Phoneline networking using existing copper lines are not recommended.