Zhone Technologies, a provider of FTTx
network access solutions, announced a new MXK deployment with Central Oklahoma
Telephone Company, an independent local exchange company headquartered in
The companies are building a fiber network
to support fast delivery of more affordable and reliable high-speed Internet
access, VoIP and video services to both residential and business subscribers in
“Zhone’s MXK multi-service access platform
and its RF-video capable zNIDâ„¢ ONTs combined to deliver flawless RF video,
voice and broadband data to our customers in Davenport,” said Steve Guest,
president of Central Oklahoma Telephone Company.
“After in-depth review of various
platforms, we chose Zhone’s MXK platform for the increased density, scale and
performance to address our network needs. Zhone’s EZ Touch Provisioning system
for FTTH greatly simplifies the installation of ONTs in our network. Zhone’s
ability to integrate with our new billing system promises smooth implementation
of our network expansion plans,” Guest added.
Central Oklahoma Telephone Company
residential subscribers are transitioning to a higher quality media experience.
The scalability of the Zhone MXK platform and its ability to provide Gigabit
Passive Optical Network (GPON) connectivity in facilitating network and service
upgrades to FTTH has been demonstrated in similar broadband projects throughout
the United States.
“This new fiber network allows Central
Oklahoma Telephone Company to expand its existing CATV network and provide
advanced communications and connectivity to its residential and business
customers across their coverage area,” said Brian Caskey, chief marketing
officer for Zhone.
Zhone has experience managing the
complexity of multi-service access and, as a result, has built the telecom industry’s
most comprehensive portfolio of scalable FTTx solutions.
The MXK’s feature set aligns well with
Central Oklahoma Telephone Company’s specific field requirements, enabling
Zhone to provide optimum cost efficiency and maximum service differentiation in
the operator’s network in combination with the zNID Optical Network Terminals
(ONTs) that will be installed at the residence and business sites to support
individual subscriber service needs.
By Telecomlead.com Team