ZTE to power BelTelecom GPON FTTH national broadband network

ZTE Corp. says it will supply GPON fiber to the home (FTTH) equipment for BelTelecom’s national broadband network project in Belarus.

ZTE Corp. says it will supply GPON fiber to the home (FTTH) equipment for BelTelecom’s national broadband network project in Belarus.

The multi-phase project will cover all the seven regions of the country, including the capital of Minsk. BelTelecom expects to use the FTTH network to provide data and HDTV video services, as well as remote education and telemedicine services.

ZTE will supply its ZXA10 C300 integrated access platform for the FTTH project, as well as a variety of optical network terminals (ONTs). The company’s EasyService O&M platform will provide terminal management, service deployment, and fault diagnosis across the network.

This is not the first time that ZTE has supplied equipment for BelTelecom’s network. For example, ZTE has shipped IPTV products to BelTelecom since 2007, and has since supplied the operator with more than 1.5 million ADSL terminals. ZTE said its relationship with Belarus’s main telecom provider enabled it to participate in the testing and bidding for BelTelecom’s national broadband network project.

ZTE Vice President Xu Ming said: “We have paid close attention to BelTelecom’s broadband construction all along. Ever since ZTE started to supply fixed-line terminals, we have been offering them customized products and services. Now we have every confidence to help the customer build a premium network.”

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