New Zealand telco UnisonFibre has selected Alcatel-Lucent's IP/MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) solution to deliver ultra-fast fibre-based broadband services to the areas of Hawke's Bay, Rotorua and Taupo.
The solution from Alcatel-Lucent is described as enabling the telco to offer a range of high-bandwidth services on its fibre network, delivering speeds of between 100 Mbps and 1 Gbps. In its first year, UnisonFibre will have rolled out 130km of fibre cable across its three network regions in Hawke's Bay, Taupo and Rotorua, and is now connecting businesses, schools and local authorities. The agreement between the two companies includes a multi-year support agreement.
“We are connecting customers like they’ve never been connected before, enabling them to send and receive large data files at lightning speed, participate in high-definition video conferencing, and access the benefits of cloud computing and voice over IP,” said Nigel Purdy, General Manager of UnisonFibre. “With the Alcatel-Lucent solution, we can cost-effectively deliver ultra-fast data services and voice connections utilising carrier-grade networking equipment that is reliable, scalable and proven, both in New Zealand and around the world.”
UnisonFibre is a member of the New Zealand Regional Fibre Group, a group of regional operators which includes lines companies and local fibre companies that have come together to support the government's efforts to introduce ultra-fast broadband to New Zealand.
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