How customers are turning to Nokia for their fiber evolution

Ana Pesovic, Nokia Fixed Networks Fiber Marketing
Ana Pesovic

Ana Pesovic, Nokia Fixed Networks Fiber Marketing, tells us how Nokia is helping operators to simplify their fibre evolution.

Choices, we make them every day – some harder than others – but one just got a bit easier for operators looking to evolve their networks to the next generation of fiber technology thanks to Nokia.

As the first vendor to commercially launch a universal PON solution in 2015 which converged various next generation PON technologies into a single universal solution, Nokia was able to effectively eliminate the need for operators to choose between XG-PON1, XGS-PON or TWDM-PON.

Instead, operators can use a single platform and line card to evolve their network at a pace and cost that suits their business. With eight next generation PON commercial customers including the world’s first XGS PON deployments with China Mobile and TWDM PON by EPB in the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Nokia’s solution has helped each be more competitive and effectively boost data speeds to customers using its existing GPON fiber network and access platform.

Helping provide a clear path towards NG-PON, Nokia is making the choice simple for operators who can now have GPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON and TWDM-PON all co-exist on the same fiber infrastructure. To see more on Nokia’s universal PON solution and various ways it can help operators deliver new revenue streams and network efficiencies we invite you to visit our booth at Broadband World Forum next week (Stand C20).

You can read more about how XGS-PON is making TWDM-PON simpler by downloading Nokia’s latest white paper.

Nokia will be at Broadband World Forum next week at London’s ExCel Convention Centre. A small number of free visitor passes are still available, so apply here now to avoid disappointment.


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