New Lisbon Telephone Opens Doors to High-Speed Services with ADTRAN

  • New Lisbon Telephone Company (NLTC)
HUNTSVILLE, AL — New Lisbon Telephone Company (NLTC), a 114-year-old provider of telecommunications services in Central Indiana, is deploying Total Access 5000 Gigabit services architecture from ADTRAN, a provider of next-generation networking solutions. NLTC is using the fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) architecture for both business and residential customers throughout East Central Indiana. Customers will now be able to enjoy high-speed Internet, IPTV and voice services, as well as security and home automation capabilities.

NLTC is known for providing high-quality services throughout the area. Since being granted the first Rural Electrification Administration (REA) loan in the United States nearly 55 years ago, NLTC has continuously shown its dedication to enhancing local telecommunications opportunities. By transitioning to the ADTRAN Total Access 5000 Gigabit services architecture, NLTC is taking the next step towards future-proofing their network. With this next generation deployment, NLTC is laying the foundation to address current broadband demands and pave the way for future services, including Gigabit speeds and beyond.

“New Lisbon Telephone Company works hard to ensure our services are top-notch. Our customers come first and we must ensure that our network can support their usage demands,” said John Greene, general manager and CEO of New Lisbon Telephone Company. “Gigabit broadband is clearly transforming communities and stimulating economic growth nationwide. By deploying ADTRAN’s gigabit services architecture, we are excited to be on a capable pathway to delivering such innovative residential and business services.”


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