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Hamilton Telecommunications taps DZS for Central Nebraska FTTP deployment

DZS says that it will supply elements of its DZS Velocity Access Edge portfolio and DZS Helix Home Edge line to longstanding customer Hamilton Telecommunications. The Nebraskan broadband services provider will use the fiber to the premises (FTTP) equipment as part of a footprint expansion in 21 towns in Central Nebraska, funded by the Nebraska Public Services Commission’s Broadband Bridge Grant Program.

The work to reach new service areas complements an ongoing FTTP deployment project that seeks to bring fiber to all of Hamilton Telecommunications’ broadband customers in its traditional territories. The service provider expects to be able to deliver broadband speeds of up to 1 Gbps as well as managed WiFi, IPTV, and voice services.

“As a local service provider with a regional and national reach, Hamilton is proud to offer world-class internet service to our customers in the Hamilton and the recently acquired NCTC exchange communities, many of whom live in low-density rural locations,” said Dan Molliconi, COO, Hamilton Telecommunications. “DZS has been a valued partner of ours since 2005 and we have had great success leveraging their innovative broadband connectivity technology to simultaneously upgrade service and cut operating costs while setting ourselves up to quickly and cost-effectively expand our service offerings even further in the future. Our ability to rapidly and efficiently leverage DZS solutions to offer market-leading gigabit-class services to our new NCTC subscribers and capitalize on grants of the Nebraska Public Service Commission’s Broadband Bridge Grant Program to offset the costs of these upgrades have been key elements in making this expansion of Hamilton Telecommunication successful.”

“Hamilton’s decision to offer gigabit speed broadband service levels to its newly acquired subscribers in rural areas is bridging the digital divide and transforming the communities it serves,” added Andrew Finkelstein, senior vice president, North America sales at DZS. “Hamilton is anticipating the demands that will soon be placed on their network for low-latency, bandwidth-intensive applications like the metaverse and AR/VR applications, as well as opening the door to elevate not just its services but also the economic opportunities and quality of life for the communities where they operate. DZS looks forward to continuing to support Hamilton going forward as they create state-of-the-art offerings across their diverse service locations, including extending world-class broadband infrastructure to underserved areas.” LightWaveonline

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