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Adtran platform chosen for Indonesian roll-out

Adtran a US-based provider of next-generation networking solutions, has announced that Lintasarta has chosen the Total Access 5000 broadband platform as the backbone of the company’s fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) service roll-out.

Indonesia’s largest telecommunications provider Lintasarta is deploying FTTP to deliver faster broadband speeds for business services that demand service level agreements (SLAs) for continuous service performance and availability. Adtran says the Total Access 5000 is purpose-built for supporting premium, consolidated broadband services.

Lintasarta says it chose the mass-market-centric FTTP architecture to quickly expand network capacity and maintain a high-quality service.

'Our enterprise customers have been very pleased with the quality, reliability and bandwidth capacity that we have been able to deliver with our leading-edge fibre services,' said Bambang Priantono, director of network and operation at Lintasarta. 'Adtran has delivered a highly robust and scalable architecture that has enabled us to increase our addressable market and reduce the time-to-market for premium services delivery.'

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