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Telia enhances broadband services

Teleste’s Distributed Access technology helps Telia expand coverage of its ultra-high-speed broadband services. As the leading provider of telecommunications services in the Nordic and Baltic regions, Telia is targeting providing increasingly higher broadband speeds and greater data transfer capacity to consumers, which is seamlessly supported by Teleste’s technology. Rollouts of the DOCSIS 3.1 Distributed Access-based broadband are currently under way in Telia’s networks, and Teleste’s Remote PHY Distributed Access devices have already been widely implemented in Finland and Norway.

“Teleste’s Distributed Access technology provides us a future-proof solution that perfectly meets our evolving technology requirements. We appreciate the wide industry interoperability that their products offer, as well as their easy integration with our existing environment. Together with Teleste’s high level of commitment and 24/7 support, this allows us to efficiently enhance our network capabilities and provide our customers with a better quality of service,” stated Per Eirik Furebotten, Manager, Broadband Access, Telia.

By adopting the Distributed Access architecture, operators can make a sustainable choice to deliver higher download and upload speeds and improved service quality to their subscribers over their existing coax infrastructure. These improvements are essential for satisfying the demands of bandwidth-hungry streaming services that are winning in popularity among consumers.

“The advantage of the Distributed Access technology lies in its ability to transmit modern, ultra-high-speed broadband connectivity without minimal or no need for rebuilding. The technology is mature and ready to scale for future needs. We are excited to be Telia’s partner to enhance their network capabilities, and committed to providing them with the best support and services for an efficient upgrade,” said Olli Leppänen, Vice President of Distributed Access for Teleste.

CT Bureau

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