HUNTSVILLE, AL — Lumos Networks,a rural local exchange carrier (RLEC) fiber operator, is leveraging the ADTRAN 10G fiber access portfolio to deploy network-wide 10Gbps or 10G fiber services for small business customers. Lumos Networks is upgrading its network to better serve rapidly growing bandwidth demands from municipalities, higher education facilities and teaching hospitals, financial services companies, government and small business customers.
Lumos Networks offers a range of broadband services and enjoys the flexibility that the ADTRAN Total Access 5000 fiber broadband platform provides as the cornerstone of its highly capable access network. Lumos Networks has relied on ADTRAN, its technology, support and domain expertise for nearly a decade, as it has worked to build a network that exceeds user expectations for speed and reliability. Lumos Networks will benefit from the service agility, operational simplicity and flexibility afforded by the ADTRAN software-defined access (SD-Access) architecture, and now scale to 10G deployments with commercial product availability planned for the first quarter of 2019.
The following communities will benefit from these first-to-market, innovative 10G fiber services:
- Waynesboro, VA
- Clifton Forge, VA
- Covington, VA
- Botetourt County, VA
- Others to follow
“The number of applications that require more robust broadband services continues to grow for both residential and small business customers, especially with emerging technologies accelerating network demands,” said Lumos Networks SVP and general manager Diego Anderson. “Our partnership with ADTRAN positions us to create reliable connections with our customers while delivering a level of distinguishing service and support over a fiber-based infrastructure.”
Anderson continues, “The initial product offering will include tiered symmetrical speed profiles of two, four and eight Gbps for delivering higher-speed solutions to meet evolving customer requirements. We also anticipate increasing speed profiles in the future based on the flexibility provided within this platform.”
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