M-net selects ADTRAN SD-Access for FTTB products

ADTRAN announced that M-net has selected the ADTRAN Software-Defined Access (SD-Access) portfolio for its Fiber-to-the-Building (FTTB) products, and Mosaic Cloud Platform to help accelerate the introduction of gigabit services.
ADTRAN at MWC 2019 in BarcelonaM-net is leveraging ADTRAN’s Gfast technology to expand its fiber broadband network coverage by leveraging the existing wiring throughout the buildings.

M-net is one of the fiber optic operators in Germany and selected ADTRAN’s Gigabit Gfast fiber extension solution and the Mosaic Cloud Platform for its support for both the current and future operational scenarios needed by M-net.

“The new generation of Gfast is a solution that immediately enables us to provide customers with gigabit services via the existing FTTB-infrastructure,” said Hermann Rodler, M-net Chief Technology Officer.

M-net is the fiber optic provider in Bavaria, Germany, and offers high-performance triple play services to its residential customers and networking and data center services to business customers.

ADTRAN earlier announced that Germany-based Deutsche Telekom has selected its SDX OLT solutions for deployment as part of its Access 4.0 network, as well as to be deployed in its existing architectures along with ADTRAN’s SDN-enabled management system, Mosaic Cloud Platform.