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Adtran expands certification range

Adtran, a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, has announced the expansion of its TL 9000 Certification across facilities and European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) product categories.

The TL 9000 Quality Management System (QMS) standardisation has now been achieved for four design and operations locations in Germany, as well as the hiX 5600 product portfolio and the Access Integrator Ethernet (ACI-E) service management platform. Adtran has also been recognised with recertification for sixteen current product categories from its enterprise and carrier networks divisions.

With accelerated growth in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market, ADTRAN took steps to ensure that its processes and products serving regions around the globe meet the same high quality requirements for design, development, production, delivery and service across Adtran's entire solution portfolios. The addition of the German facilities in Berlin, Munich, Bruchsal and Greifswald brings the total to nine global operations centres that have successfully been certified as part of Adtran's multi-site registration.

'The TL 9000 certification recognises the best of industry vendors in terms of overall hardware, software and services quality. The systematic and repeatable framework at the foundation of the certification is instrumental for companies as they look to increase global productivity, optimise resources, reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction,' said Fraser Pajak, CEO of QuEST.

'For vendors such as Adtran, expanding the certification showcases its innovation and dedication to ensuring a high standard of quality for its products and services. With the certification, Adtran customers can rest assured knowing the company is taking the necessary steps to meet their demands for satisfaction and performance.'

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