Troy Cable selects ADTRAN for SmartBand project fiber rollout

Telecom Lead Europe: ADTRAN, a provider of
next-generation networking solutions, has been selected by Troy Cable as a
strategic partner to deliver a full array of carrier access and enterprise
solutions for the Broadband Technologies Opportunities Program (BTOP) funded
SmartBand Project.

 

Troy Cable has selected Total Access 5000
Multi-Service Access Platform (MSAP), Total Access 900 series IP Business
Gateways and the NetVanta 7100 Unified Communications platform to deploy
an end-to-end solution.

 

ADTRAN;s portfolio of business solution can deliver
speeds up to 1 Gbps per customer.

 

The selection of ADTRAN portfolio will complement the
deployment of a 595 mile fiber optic Middle Mile network by Troy cable across
the region.

 

Troy Cable network will enable high bandwidth voice,
video and data to nearly 150 anchor institutions and 4,000 businesses in the
area.

 

At the start of this broadband stimulus project we knew
we needed a trusted, reliable business partner to help make this
high-performance network a reality and ADTRAN was the perfect choice,” said
Conley Freeman, operations manager for Troy Cable.


Troy Cable is also using ADTRAN’s Advanced Operational
Environment (AOE) that will provide comprehensive service-oriented management
for Troy Cable’s network.

 

Troy Cable chose ADTRAN for the ultra high service
density and virtually unlimited network bandwidth supported by ADTRAN’s fiber
solutions.

 

Troy Cable’s Southeast Alabama SmartBand Project will
make a difference in how local businesses are able to connect, communicate and
collaborate – providing the foundation for new economic growth today and in the
future,” said Mitch Fleming, regional vice president, sales, ADTRAN Carrier
Networks Division.

 

Troy Cable claims that the deployment of ADTRAN’s
business solutions enables it to meet its Broadband Technology Opportunities
Program (BTOP) goal of securing new anchor institution customers, including
schools, universities, healthcare facilities, government buildings and other
community support organizations.

 

ADTRAN provides ONE solution to Farmers Mutual Telephone for
cell site backhaul services

 

Recently, Farmers Mutual Telephone Company (FMTC), a full
service communications services provider in Northwest Ohio, selected ADTRAN and
delivering wireless services and cell site backhaul for Tier 1 mobile operators
based on ADTRAN’s Optical Networking Edge (ONE) solution.

 

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