Cambodian internet service provider Sinet has deployed Nokia’s XGS passive optical network solution to address the demand for ultra-high-speed broadband of enterprises.
CommScope announced the launch of its Coexistence portfolio, designed for global service providers upgrading their existing PON networks to increase data speeds and deliver additional services without having to replace or add fibre to their existing PON infrastructure.
Nokia announced the expansion of its relationship with Xantaro encompassing next generation fibre access to connect more than two million UK homes with broadband speeds up to 10 Gigabit per second.
Nokia says its GPON solution will enable Airfiber Networks to provide superior broadband and premium services to its residential subscribers, helping it to boost its revenue
With exquisite timing prime minister Julia Gillard has 'announced' an 'upgrade' to the capabilities of the NBN saying it will deliver not 100Mbps but 1Gbps to subscribers. The reality is it has been able to do that all along. NBN Co has simply clarified its rules.
NBN Co has named Alcatel-Lucent as the initial supplier of Gigabit passive optical networking (GPON) and ethernet aggregation equipment for the FTTH component of the NBN, with the award of contracts worth $85m.
NZ company Optical Network Engineering, in a submission to the Senate NBN enquiry, says the 100Mbps of the NBN's FTTH network won't be enough to satisfy future demand for 3D and HD video, and an RF channel should be added to the fibre.
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