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Exclusive: BSNL commissioned 100 Gigabit Next Generation Optical Transport Network (100G NG-OTN) to offer 1000 Mbps broadband plans..

BSNL launches NG-OTN to offer 1000 Mbps broadband plans.

Yes, BSNL has decided to offer gigabit broadband services to its Indian customers. Manoj Sinha, the telecom minister, unveiled the Rs 330 crore 100G Optical Transport Network (NG-OTN) from BSNL on July 14.

The PSU will be able to offer internet options with download speeds of 1000 Mbps thanks to NG OTN. BSNL currently offers FTTH (Fiber Broadband) customers a top download speed of 100 Mbps. The new optical infrastructure will cover 100 locations across the nation and offer 99.99% uptime. For round-the-clock support, the PSU has already established a Network Operating Centre (NOC) in Bengaluru. M/s Fiber Home Technologies established BSNL’s NG-OTN.

Hon. Telecom Minister Shri. Manoj Sinha announced the launch of the NG-OTN and stated that BSNL had successfully completed a large-scale project utilizing NG-OTH technology in 44 locations, including state capitals and significant cities. During the current fiscal year, a total of 100 significant cities, including state capitals, shall be covered under this programme.

For fixed-line broadband connections and FTTH connections, BSNL is providing a maximum download speed of 24 Mbps and 100 Mbps, respectively. With this upgrade, BSNL will be able to offer connections on FTTH networks that can reach speeds of up to 1 Gbps in all state capitals and other major cities. BSNL would be able to provide ultra-high-capacity internet leased lines thanks to this as well.

“This project aimed to increase the 10G capacity of the BSNL optical fiber infrastructure to 100G capacity. We will thus be able to deploy new plans at a rate that is 10 times faster and will have ten times more capacity on the back end. Anupam Shrivastava, chairman and managing director of BSNL, asserted that the expanded capacity will assist the company’s retail customer base for landline, FTTH, and mobile services.

“This project aimed to increase the 10G capacity of the BSNL optical fiber infrastructure to 100G capacity. We will therefore be able to deploy new plans at a rate that is ten times faster and will have ten times more capacity on the back end. Anupam Shrivastava, chairman and managing director of BSNL, asserted that the expanded capacity will assist the company’s retail customer base for landline, FTTH, and mobile services.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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