Rostelecom Awards ZTE to Rollout VDSL, G.Vectoring and G.Fast

13 February 2018
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Rostelecom Awards ZTE to Rollout VDSL, G.Vectoring and G.Fast Image Credit: ZTE

ZTE announced that it has clinched a 70% share of the first stage in the access network modernization project the Russian operator Rostelecom.

By this project, Rostelecom, the largest fixed network operator in Russia aims to deliver high-speed bandwidth over its existing copper cables.

With ZTE's Multi-Service Access Network (MSAN) product that adopts technologies such as VDSL, Rostelecom aims to build the first stage of the project. The second stage will implement such high-speed technologies as G.vectoring and The solutions for the second stage are now under tests in Rostelecom.

The platform improves speeds of the existing copper network and supports high-bandwidth for the new services, including 4K/8K video and potentially AR/VR.

To help Rostelecom conduct an upgrade of its broadband infrastructure, ZTE offers its advanced optic/copper integrated product, the C350M/C300M MSAN equipment.

The product allows smooth evolution towards the FTTx network, enabling Rostelecom to directly deploy the MSAN product on its next-generation optical network.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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