Nokia and Xantaro Drive Fiber Expansion in UK with Alternative Service Providers, Access Evolution

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Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced the extension of its relationship with Xantaro encompassing access to next-generation fiber optics to connect more than two million UK homes with broadband speeds of up to 10 Gibabit per second.

Nokia is providing its next-generation fiber-optic access technology to channel partner and service integrator Xantaro, which supplies more than 10 alternative service providers. Together these projects span the whole of Great Britain, from southwest England to parts of London, from northern England to Scotland and Wales.

Alternative Service Providers (AltNets) build their businesses on all-fiber deployments in areas where broadband availability is slow or non-existent, in both urban and rural environments. Nokia is supporting these AltNets to further increase broadband connectivity speed and fiber penetration in the UK with market-leading technology, enabling GPON, XGS-PON and 25G PON in a single unit. This technology gives service providers the flexibility to select the most appropriate deployment model for each use case and provides long-term investment protection. Xantaro also has access to Nokia’s IP and optical solutions as well as consumer and business devices, providing WiFi 6 and mesh WiFi coverage indoors.

Paul Alexander, UK & Ireland Sales Manager, Nokia: “We are very happy to be able to support alternative service providers with our fiber technology through our partner Xantaro. Our technology, along with their knowledge of this market segment and technical expertise, is a great one-stop solution for AltNets to bring gigabit connectivity where it currently does not exist.

Rob Hamnett, Xantaro Sales Director: “By working with Nokia, we can offer AltNets the same cutting-edge technology that major national telecommunications companies around the world are building their infrastructure on. While subscribers benefit from reliable Gigabit broadband service, AltNets benefit from a solution that evolves with demand and paves the way for the future evolution of their fiber network, from 1 Gigabit to 25 Gigabit.


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