Orange Poland picks Adtran’s fibre solutions for FTTH services
Adtran has unveiled its fibre deployment plans with Orange Polska (Poland).
Under the plans, Orange Poland is rolling out its Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) service and has selected Adtran’s 2nd Gen Gfast fibre extension solutions.
In doing so, Orange Poland will accelerate its delivery of high-quality, high-capacity broadband services to more homes and businesses across the country.
“Orange Polska's ambition is to reach several thousand additional customers per year with faster broadband services, which we believe will improve their quality of life and allow more people to benefit from the Gigabit Society,” said Michal Wal, director of fixed access networks at Orange Polska.
“Adtran was able to deliver the right solution, at scale, that will enable us to best serve our customers and achieve our network service goals today and into the future.”
As part of Orange Poland’s FTTH rollout, Adtran’s solutions deliver the flexible service capabilities that enable the company to meet the individual demands of any residential or business customer.
In addition, with Adtran’s broad Gfast technology portfolio it accelerates the availability of symmetric gigabit service rates in Fiber-to-the-Building applications.
Where fibre-extension solutions are needed, it offers fibre extension options that can be deployed without requiring any costly and time-consuming IT adaptation of the existing GPON fibre networks, thus accelerating the availability of gigabit services while saving the service provider time and effort.
“Adtran is committed to helping operators, like Orange Polska, build their best networks and extend the range and reach of high-capacity broadband services to any customer,” said Dr. Werner Heinrich, head of solutions management at Adtran.
“We offer the industry’s widest range of FTTH and fibre extension solutions, have the deepest access domain experience and a demonstrated commitment to delivering the open, scalable, standards-based solutions the industry needs to keep everyone connected.”