Fiber to the Home
FTTH or Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) provide the highest levels of application access capacity by delivering fiber optics the entire way to the living unit.
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Fixed Wireless Access
Compared to just a few years ago, next gen microwave and mmWave solutions are so much more capable of supporting next generation residential broadband, premium enterprise and 5G mobile services delivery.
The Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) is a federal funding program expected to allocate $20.4 billion in funding over a ten-year period to support broadband networks in rural communities across the country.
Expand broadband coverage into underserved and rural areas with ADTRAN’s purpose-built, turn-key Connect America Fund (CAF) solutions.
Mosaic Subscriber Suite
The Mosaic Subscriber Suite is an all-in-one subscriber insight and management software that offers cloud-based tools to make device installation, activation and service restoration ultra-efficient, while improving the overall subscriber experience.
Network Integration Made Easy
Complete, custom, turnkey system integration--planning, engineering, product, material, labor and project management for Inside Plant (ISP) and Outside Plant (OSP). ADTRAN leads the industry in CAF deployments with 10,000+ access nodes (over 1M homes passed).
Software Defined Access (SD-Access) solutions that natively integrate open, multi-vendor FTTx, FWA and 5G solutions supporting rapid service creation and delivery of broadband and business services, at web-scale.
The next step in mobile services delivery will be underpinned by a robust, high capacity, low latency next generation access network.
Passive optical networks (PON) are used in conjunction with FTTH/FTTP architectures. EPON, GPON are deployed today for residential broadband and emerging 10Gbps versions for converged services delivery.
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Fiber broadband services extension technologies that leverage existing phone or TV service wiring along with fiber to the building (FTTB), distribution point (FTTdp), or curb (FTTC) architectures.
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