Greece's OTE Group Upgrades FTTC Network with Huawei's SuperVector

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OTE Group, the largest telecom operator in Greece will upgrade Fixed Broadband networks using Huawei’s SuperVector solution, to deliver up to 200 Mbit/s broadband services in the Mediterranean nation.

OTE Group which is under the unified COSMOTE commercial brand, provides a full range of telecommunication services: fixed-line and mobile telephony, broadband Internet access, TV services and integrated ICT solutions.

Huawei's SuperVector solution modernizes Fiber-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) network infrastructure, where fibers are extended to outdoor cabinets, and existing copper lines from outdoor cabinets to end users can be retained. The solution provides 384 subscriber lines per board, said Huawei.

The installation and interfaces of the SuperVector solution are compatible with DSL lines on the network, allowing it to be quickly upgraded and rebuilt. SuperVector boards are also compatible with DSL terminals on the network, allowing smooth upgrades without affecting user experience.

George Tsonis, Executive Director Network Planning & Devops, OTE Group
OTE Group invests intensively in new-generation networks and modern infrastructure as a prerequisite for the digital development of Greece.

Chen Le, CEO, Huawei Greece Rep. Office
OTE Group chose Huawei's state-of-the-art solution to upgrade the existing network, improving network capabilities as well as user experience. This demonstrates that the upgrade of existing network infrastructures with SuperVector is a cost-effective solution.

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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