Oxford, 7 March 2019 – Zzoomm, the recently launched full fibre network operator which will build and operate full fibre infrastructure in towns and suburbs across the UK, announces that its new network infrastructure will deliver broadband speeds of 10Gbps (10 Gigabits of data per second) to homes and businesses.
The new robust infrastructure and extremely high speeds will meet the rapid growth in speed and capacity that homes and businesses are expected to need, for many decades.
Zzoomm has selected ADTRAN, Inc., the leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, as its supplier of infrastructure technologies and equipment as it builds out the network. ADTRAN will supply Zzoomm with the next generation XGS-PON solution and equipment to deliver a 10Gbps full fibre to the premise (FTTP) service. ADTRAN will also provide engineering support for the design and testing of the new infrastructure.
Matthew Hare, Chief Executive, commented:
“This is all about future proofing – 10 years ago, one Gigabit was considered sufficient to meet future speed needs but this is no longer the case.
“Working with ADTRAN, we are building out a robust infrastructure that’s fit for the coming decades. Zzoomm will deliver 10 Gigabit speeds to homes and businesses – both downloads and uploads – in towns and suburbs, some 400 to 500 times* faster than the average speeds across copper infrastructure.
“We are targeting hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses that are still hampered by ageing copper infrastructure. They will no longer be hamstrung by dated communications networks with Zzoomm’s new full fibre network.”
Ronan Kelly, ADTRAN Chief Technology Officer for EMEA and APAC said:
“We are enabling operators across Europe, like Zzoomm, to make significant progress in connecting homes and businesses to advanced services that enhance subscriber experience and quality of life.
“This partnership is another proof-point that the market is choosing 10G PON technology over 1G PON variants deployed over the last two decades.”
Source: thinkbroadband.com – Q4 2018 median figures