AccessPlus is a leading end-to-end voice and broadband service provider in the Northeast, and will deploy Nokia’s XGS-PON fiber optic solution to enhance its fiber optic network and provide new broadband services to its customers. This launch will bring some of the fastest broadband speeds to users residing in the Greater Pittsfield and Berkshire areas of Massachusetts. This deployment reflects AccessPlus’s commitment to continuously enhancing its fiber optic network and driving new ultra wideband services that are crucial in today’s digital economy.
With Nokia’s XGS-PON solution, AccessPlus can provide market leading speed, expand its addressable market, and increase its competitive advantage. As a reliable provider for businesses, municipalities, and organizations, AccessPlus will also be able to provide gigabit connectivity to businesses to improve business performance. Using Nokia’s fiber optic solution, supported by the Quillion chipset, AccessPlus can quickly and effectively increase speed to 25G PON using the same network device when needed.AccessPlus 的图像结果
Jason Cummins, Chief Operating Officer of AccessPlus, said, “We focus on top solutions, which is why partnering with Nokia is very meaningful. Nokia seamlessly integrates with our existing fiber optic network and is the top and most trusted supplier of fiber broadband solutions. Their management toolset also enables us to improve our services through real-time monitoring and management capabilities.”
Bassam El Zakhem, Vice President of Network Infrastructure for Nokia America, said, “Operators are increasingly using fiber optic to connect everything with gigabit services. With the growing demand for gigabit services, the use of next-generation fiber optic technologies such as XGS-PON and 25G PON will play a crucial role in providing customers with the current and future ultra wideband services they need. As a leading XGS-PON provider globally, over 70% of fiber optic broadband lines in North America are supported by Nokia, and we are the natural choice for AccessPlus to seek cost-effective solutions of 10Gbps and above.”
Nokia is the largest fiber broadband technology supplier in the United States. Nokia is the leading supplier of XGS-PON technology in the global and US markets. XGS-PON can provide end users with broadband speeds of up to 10Gbps (gigabits per second). At 10Gbps, you can download a 4K movie in less than 30 seconds, or play 1700 movies simultaneously. Nokia was the first company to deploy 1,10 and 25G fiber broadband networks in the United States, in collaboration with the Electric Power Board (EPB) in Chattanooga, Tennessee.