Kosc Telecom launches E-Access Fibre

Kosc Telecom launches E-Access Fibre

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Kosc Telecom, a French wholesale-only CaaS provider, has launched a new MEF-compliant service called E-Access Fibre.

According to the company, new offering will enable transparent, guaranteed symmetrical bandwidth from 10Mbps to 1Gbps, with high standard E-Access standards and SLAs.

“Kosc is the very first to market such a comprehensive service to global carriers in France,” said Antoine Fournier, CEO at KOSC Telecom. “In contrast to FttO offers, access to E-Access Fibre is completely industrialised, which means reliable eligibility and quote but also fast service delivery for global carriers’ customers. With our CaaS solution, we want to offer a seamless customer journey and enable global carriers to order and easily monitor their E-Access Fibre services from start to finish. This new step is in line with our commitment to pave the way for fibre migration for all business premises located in France.”

E-Access Fibre leverages two MEF-compliant products: E-Access Fibre Dynamic which targets buildings that require fast and transparent connectivity, based on a dynamic flow management. The other product, E-Access Connected targets premises that need fast and transparent connectivity, based on a dedicated management.

The new service complements Kosc’s existing fibre portfolio, which includes its B2B wholesale fibre offering, Fibre Professionnelle and Best Effort Fibre which offers bandwidths of up to 1Gbps in download and 250 Mbps in upload speeds. In May, the company went live with its dedicated fibre services exclusively for businesses. As of 2018, 8 million fibre lines and over 1 million buildings are already connected to E-Access Fibre are available across France. In addition, over 180 locations have been connected, including all major cities such as Paris and Marseille as well as smaller cities such as La Rochelle and Annecy.

E-Access Connected is already available through Kosc’s connectivity-as-a-service (CaaS) offering while E-Access Dynamic is coming at the beginning of 2019.

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