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Iskratel Starts Supplying FTTP Broadband Kit for the UK Market

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022 (10:55 am) - Score 1,824
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Slovenia-headquartered ICT provider Iskratel has today announced that they’ve opened a new branch in the United Kingdom, which aims to supply those ISPs currently deploying Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) based broadband networks with various types of optical fibre kit to help complete their services.

The company, which is already present in Western European countries such as Germany, Spain, France and Belgium, tends to supply scalable XGS-PON and GPON based Optical Line Terminals (OLT) and a range of Optical Network Terminals (ONT) – the latter reflects an optical modem that tends to be installed inside your home after placing an order.

Off-hand, we don’t know of any UK network operators that are currently taking Iskratel’s FTTP solutions, but that may soon change. Rival solutions from ADTRAN, Nokia and Calix seem to be quite common in the UK, with various other vendors also playing in the same waters.

Simon Higgins, Iskratel’s UK Key Account Manager, said:

“We are excited to bring our complete end-to-end fibre access solutions to the UK, and the recent expansion in the city of Liverpool will bring added flexibility and regional support for operators to efficiently roll-out ultra-fast connectivity in underserved areas of the UK.

As a leading European provider, Iskratel’s solutions are the perfect fit to meet the needs of Tier-2 operators with our expansive and customisable range of FTTH technology that includes OLTs, ONTs and passive equipment. With our Research and Development and manufacturing centres across Europe, Iskratel will help unlock future growth for operators across the UK.”

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