build to rent accommodation

Future-proofing smart developments with a Scalable core fibre network

Scalable, Fast Connections

Our Core Fibre Network offers superior performance to NBNCo's equivalent Fibre Backbone, including value-added services and boasts 10G capable technology.

Your Infrastructure Central Nervous System

Our managed, single-core fibre network designed to provide tenants with an optimised, future-ready data environment. It plays a key role in maximising financial returns for your build-to-rent infrastructure, serving as its smart central nervous system.

Save on Infrastructure Costs

Our CoreFibre backbone saves the developer the costs of having to cable all other services back to the risers and basement. CoreFibre delivers a state of the art data network with a cost saving.

Overall, the advantages of a GPON network include high bandwidth, reliability, scalability, energy efficiency, security, and the potential for future growth, making it a preferred choice for broadband and telecommunications providers.

With our CoreFibre Network we can provide tenants and customers with significantly higher bandwidth compared to copper-based networks. The technology is capable of delivering symmetrical upstream and downstream speeds of up to 2.5 Gbps, allowing for faster data transmission and accommodating bandwidth-intensive applications such as video streaming, cloud services, and high-speed internet access.

We Install and maintain 24/7, 365 Days a year from our Network Operation Centres (NOC) located in Melbourne and Gold Coast.

Bundle your Services

Offering more to your tenants with CoreFibre

In today's world, broadband services have become essential. So, why not consider bundling them with community fees or incorporating them into monthly rental fees for apartments? This way, end users can enjoy faster services at much lower costs through a community bundle. Additionally, they will receive exemplary customer care from a dedicated team, including "techs in the van" who can visit users when required.

The build-to-rent sector for developers is still emerging in Australia, and we expect more developers to enter the market as the demand for rental housing continues to grow.

At CoreFibre, we offer developers unlimited services, including the connection and management of Access Control, CCTV, FOXTEL, Free to Air, Wi-Fi networks, and other Building Management Systems. This approach provides a smarter and more efficient utilisation of broadband products, rather than simply offering a basic NBN connection.

We collaborate closely with the developer to design a customised fibre optic network that ensures the best speeds, bandwidth, and reliability for their customers. As a carrier, we can also provide a complete turn-key solution by designing and installing the pit and pipe network.

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As the demand for high-speed connectivity continues to rise, developers and property managers must ensure that their buildings are equipped with robust cabling infrastructure to meet the needs of tenants.

We have compiled a list of common questions that developers often have when implementing cabling solutions in build-to-rent projects. Explore the answers below to gain valuable insights and guidance on how to optimise your cabling infrastructure for seamless connectivity and tenant satisfaction.

What type of cabling infrastructure is suitable for a build-to-rent development?

For a build-to-rent development, we design and install an individual Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) backed up by a structured cabling system, such as Category 6 (Cat6) or Category 6A (Cat6A) cabling, to support high-speed data and multimedia applications.

How many data outlets should be installed per unit in a build-to-rent development?

It is advisable to install a minimum of two data outlets per unit in a build-to-rent development to accommodate the increasing demand for connectivity and allow for flexibility in tenant usage.

What is the recommended location for the main distribution frame (MDF) or telecommunications room (TR) in a build-to-rent development?

The MDF or TR should be centrally located within the development to ensure equal accessibility to all units. It should also have sufficient space and proper ventilation to house networking equipment.

Are there any specific fire and safety regulations that need to be considered for cabling in a build-to-rent development?

Yes, it is crucial to adhere to fire and safety regulations. This may include using fire-rated cables, ensuring proper cable management and separation from potential hazards, and following local building codes and standards.

What is the recommended pathway for cabling within the building structure?

The cabling should ideally follow a designated pathway, such as conduit or cable trays, that is separate from electrical wiring to minimize interference. It should also be properly labeled and documented for ease of maintenance.

Should the cabling infrastructure be future-proofed for potential technology advancements?

Yes, it is advisable to future-proof the cabling infrastructure by considering factors such as higher bandwidth requirements, emerging technologies, and the potential for network expansion or upgrades in the future.

How should the cabling be tested and certified for quality assurance?

The cabling should be tested using appropriate cable testers, such as a cable certifier or network analyzer, to verify compliance with industry standards and ensure optimal performance for data transmission.

What considerations should be made for outdoor cabling in a build-to-rent development?

Outdoor cabling should be protected against environmental factors, such as UV radiation, moisture, and physical damage. It should be installed within weatherproof enclosures and conduit, and outdoor-rated cables should be used.