Indonesia’s Lintasarta selects ADTRAN for business FTTP

July 22, 2013
Indonesian business communications services provider Lintasarta will deploy the Total Access 5000 platform from ADTRAN Inc. as part of a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network roll out. The new fiber-optic network infrastructure will enable Lintasarta to offer and support service level agreements (SLAs) and offer such services as mobility access, data center, cloud services, and videoconferencing.

Indonesian business communications services provider Lintasarta will deploy the Total Access 5000 platform from ADTRAN Inc. as part of a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network roll out. The new fiber-optic network infrastructure will enable Lintasarta to offer and support service level agreements (SLAs) and offer such services as mobility access, data center, cloud services, and videoconferencing.

ADTRAN asserts that the Total Access 5000 will enable Lintasarta to turn up services or bandwidth cost-effectively as customers demand. A single platform will support 10,000 or more customers, the systems provider adds.

“Our enterprise customers have been very pleased with the quality, reliability and bandwidth capacity that we have been able to deliver with our leading-edge fiber services,” said Dr. Bambang Priantono, director of network and operation of Lintasarta. “ADTRAN has delivered a highly robust and scalable architecture that has enabled us to increase our addressable market and reduce the time-to-market for premium services delivery.”

“The carrier-class capabilities of ADTRAN’s fiber solution enables service providers, like Lintasarta, to take the simplified, automated operations of a residential broadband fiber-to-the-home architecture and apply it to the enterprise market,” said Brian Efimetz, ADTRAN general manager, Asia-Pacific. “Lintasarta is able to deliver a scalable and extensible next-generation fiber network to offer compelling voice, data, and video service offerings for its business customers that are powerful enough to meet their strict demands at a fraction of the cost of typical carrier Ethernet over fiber solutions.”

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