Hotwire Deploys Nokia's XGS-PON in Florida and North Carolina

  • Hotwire
  • Nokia
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL — Hotwire, a US fiber-optic telecommunications providers specializing in residential and commercial services, will deploy Nokia's XGS-PON1 fiber solution to enhance its network and deliver new, high-quality 10 Gbps broadband services to its customers. The roll-out brings some of the fastest broadband speeds to Hotwire's Florida and North Carolina customers, including Salisbury, North Carolina — Hotwire's latest public-private partnership — and will expand to support other such partnerships in the future.

Hotwire's deployment of Nokia's XGS-PON solution reflects its commitment to continually develop the capabilities and speed of its network, and is an important step towards extending new ultra-broadband services such as streaming video in 4k, 8k and 12k. The deployment also provides a cost-effective upgrade path for Hotwire's existing fiber network, which covers most of the US east coast, allowing the company to seamlessly move from GPON (2.5Gbps) to XGS-PON (10Gbps) using the same access node.

"From the beginning, Hotwire has focused on deploying cutting-edge technology to ensure our customers experience the very best of broadband," said Jonathan Bullock, VP of corporate development & government at Hotwire. "This is why we invest in future-proof fiber and build direct fiber infrastructure into every home and business we serve. We're now making that network even faster for our customers by rolling out the first 10-Gigabit service in Florida and North Carolina. Hotwire is excited to partner with Nokia, which is at the forefront of next-generation PON technology. With Nokia's solution, we can radically enhance the capacity of our network with minimal impact or network upgrades."


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