ADTRAN has made an agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative Inc. to help its 700 cable and broadband operators expand service access in all 50 states.
With the agreement, NCTC members will be able to use ADTRAN’s broadband access portfolio, including the Total Access 5000 fiber access platform, 10G PON and 10G EPON solutions, Mosaic Subscriber Suite and smart home solutions.
“ADTRAN is a great partner and this deal creates an amazing choice for NCTC members to launch and/or grow their fiber-to-the-home deployments with the help of a top-notch, leading company,” said Rich Fickle, CEO and president of NCTC.
The agreement includes access to network evaluation and audit services, resident engineering support services and virtual CTO services to assist with network design, planning, provisioning and software upgrade support.
“We are committed to delivering the products, technology, software, services and support to fuel NCTC members’ growth as they look to deliver a compelling and profitable broadband subscriber experience at home, work and across the community,” said Craig Stein, vice president, Americas sales and head of global business development at ADTRAN.
NCTC members serve approximately 15 million consumers across more than 3,000 communities.