Subisu and Nokia collaborates in modernizing optical networks

KATHMANDU: Subisu Cable Net has expanded its 400 Gbps single optical fiber in collaboration with Nokia.

Nokia’s state-of-the-art answer to supply excessive pace and prime quality web and intranet providers will make a big contribution to the broadband providers supplied by Subisu.

To present excessive pace broadband web and intranet to Subisu’s retail and company prospects, Nokia has offered a single optical fiber answer with 400 Gbps capability for the primary time in Nepal. The firm mentioned it’s going to additionally assist Subisu set up a brand new market by assembly its rising bandwidth wants.

Now Subisu prospects expertise extra high quality service in excessive pace broadband service

may be obtained. 400 Gbps single fiber Lipxb 1830 Photonic Service Switch (PSS) platform providing Photonic Service Engine (PSE), Two Directional Wavelength Division Multiplexing linked nationwide. This is the primary such operation on the earth.

Nokia’s 400Gbps single fiber answer considerably improves fiber capability, serving to to make Subisu’s community extra sturdy by optimizing answer prices and decreasing operation prices. This answer conveniently supplies Subisu with a multi-terabit capability community by way of a single fiber.

Binay Mohan Saud, CEO of Subisu, says, “We have been working with Nokia for a very long time, and Nokia’s industry-leading merchandise and options are serving to to supply high-speed and high-quality broadband providers to our Subisu prospects. Nokia is the only vendor for this necessary venture and its options have enabled us to supply a excessive stage of expertise and repair to our prospects.”

Vinish Bawa, Nokia’s Head of Emerging Markets for India, says, “Our industry-certified 1830 PSS solution has enabled service providers like Subisu to meet growing demand and further refine the customer experience. We are delighted to have successfully completed this important project on time to modernize and deliver high returns, and our partnership will continue in the future as well.”

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Monday June 21, 2021, 11:09:43 AM |

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