Tennessee Cooperative Selects ADTRAN for FTTH Rollout

  • ADTRAN
  • FTTH
HUNTSVILLE, AL - Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative, Tennessee’s largest telephone cooperative, has selected access equipment and a services management solution from ADTRAN for use throughout its network. Twin Lakes is beginning a broadband stimulus-funded initiative that will make fiber connectivity available to more than 12,000 business and residential customers. ADTRAN solutions will be used to deliver voice, data and IPTV video to these customers and also for high-bandwidth mobile backhaul applications.

Minimizing Capital Expenditures
Twin Lakes cited the flexibility of ADTRAN’s Total Access 5000, its ability to configure and provision multiple services from a single platform, and the ease of deploying mobile backhaul services using a variety of gigabit fiber connections as key reasons for the selection.

“ADTRAN’s FTTH solution, combined with the service management features of AOE, allowed us to streamline our operations and immediately offer cutting-edge, revenue-generating services to our customers,” says Jonathan West, general manager and CEO of Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative. “ADTRAN has enabled us to simplify our network and minimize capital expenditures, allowing us to reach more customers with next-generation services.”

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