Neterra increases Sofia metro network capacity

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Bulgarian operator Neterra has increased the capacity of its new metropolitan fibre network in the country’s capital by deploying advanced PON (Passive Optical Network) technology.
The move is designed to provide customers with an efficient and reliable network that can scale offered capacity on demand. The company says that multiplexing different wavelengths of light within the same fibre enables flexible management of the available capacity. By introducing this flexible capacity management, Neterra can leverage its fibre infrastructure to offer higher capacity to each customer.
In this way, Neterra aims to serve growing and expanding businesses with a more flexible service.

Richard Thorpe, chief delivery officer at CityFibre

15 August 2022

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