Nokia has reached the 100 customer milestone for the Quillion chipset-based broadband solutions used in next-generation fiber and copper telecommunication networks.
Quillion is now being deployed in more than 40 countries around the world.
Nokia started shipping the in- house designed Quillion based solutions in 2020. Early customers for GPON or XGS-PON include Proximus, Chorus, Telefonica, KPN, Oi Brazil, TDS Telecom, Hotwire Communications and TIM.
Most of Nokia’s fiber shipments are based on the Quillion ‘Multi-PON’ solutions which support today’s 10Gb/s passive optical networks and enables 25Gb/s for high-capacity applications, for instance for 5G transport.
Ed Hyde, Chief Customer Officer, Chorus, said: “New Zealanders have wholeheartedly embraced fiber broadband and are increasingly opting for full-speed gigabit plans. To stay ahead of the curve, we recently launched our next generation of wholesale fiber plans, the Hyperfiber product family. With Nokia’s Multi-PON solution we can offer a range of high symmetrical speeds – up to 8Gb/s – to businesses, schools and consumers.
“Infrastructure businesses, like Chorus, play a critical role as New Zealand transitions to a zero-carbon future. Fiber is already by far the most energy efficient broadband technology available, adding Quillion powered access nodes that use 50% less power is nothing less than ground-breaking.”Click below to share this article