India's Netplus to deploy Nokia GPON technology

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Indian multi-system operator Fastway Media's broadband division Netplus has contracted Nokia for a high-speed broadband deployment in Northern India.

Under the agreement, Netplus will deploy Nokia's GPON technology to cater to growing demand for higher capacity, speeds and quality.

Initial deployments will focus on the states of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Netplus will use the upgraded network to provide high-speed broadband, IPTV and quad play services.

"The demand for high speed and quality broadband is increasing across the country. Our network infrastructure will allow us to provide best-in-class broadband network to our subscribers. We have been the front-runners in delivering high speed broadband services across 135 cities in 6 states,” Fastway Group CEO Prem Ojha said.

“ We are confident that Nokia's field-proven products and solutions will enable us to enhance the overall quality of our services and will also empower Netplus Broadband in delivering converged services that include hi-speed broadband, Smart Voice, and OTT and IPTV services." 

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