ZTE says Jazztel, a telecommunication service provider in Spain, has started its fibre to the home (FTTH) network commercial operation.
The FTTH network would cover three million homes and corporates in two years, ZTE said in a statement.
Jazztel, a fixed-line voice, data and internet as well as mobile communications services to a user base of more than 1.3 million, has seen its users and revenue grow at an annual rate of 20 percent.
To make the FTTH network future-proof and scalable, ZTE offered a next-generation, integrated full-service optical access platform, the ZXA10 C300. This allows for smooth evolution to next generation passive optical networks (NG PON) and wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) PON technology.
ZTE offered 16-port gigabit passive optical network (GPON) boards, the highest port density in the industry, which saves equipment room resources, cuts power consumption, reduces total cost of ownership (TCO), and improves profitability.
In addition, ZTE provided a 1+1 (optical network terminal (ONT) + home gateway) home networking solution that delivers high-quality access to diverse services including high speed internet, voice and video. This solution meets Jazztel’s long-term service and bandwidth needs while also enhancing quality of experience and user satisfaction.
“We are pleased to carry out this strategic cooperation with ZTE in building our national high-speed broadband FTTH network which will allow more users to enjoy the best of fiber network services in Spain,” said Jose Miguel Garcia Fernandez, chief executive officer of Jazztel.
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