BSNL Launches 100G Optical Transport Network for Ultra-Fast Broadband

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) on Friday presented best in class 100G Optical Transport Network (NG-OTN) the nation over to give Super Express Highways, tuned in to the Digital India Program of the Prime Minister.

Propelling the NG-OTN in Mumbai, Minister of State for Communications Manoj Sinha commended the BSNL for updating its system to give current innovation based Ultra Fast Broadband administrations to the nation.

Sinha said the administration has set an objective to give broadband network to 2,50,000 town panchayats by December 2018 thus significantly more than 1,00,000 towns have been secured with Optical Fiber Broadband availability.

The recently propelled 100 Gigabit-OTN will likewise help benefit focal ventures like BharatNet, SWAN, NKN and so on.

Sinha included that NG-OTN will cover 100 urban areas in India with a capital cost of Rs 330 crore for the venture.

The foundation in 45 of the 100 urban areas is now set up and began working the NG-OTN on Friday while the rest would wind up plainly useful under NG-OTN by March 2018.

The venture likewise plans to give a 99.99 percent uptime to which a Network Operating Center is made operational at Bengaluru for giving round-the-clock bolster.

In addition, it will improve the BSNL’s current 10G limit Optical Fiber framework to 100G which would help retail client base of BSNL in landline, Fiber to the home (FTTH) and versatile administrations, support Enterprise Business Segment by giving ultra high limit in rent lines.

Talking on the event, BSNL Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Srivastava said it has an aggregate client base of around 115 million and NG-OTN is a stage forward to guarantee client charm.

He said the coordinated effort amongst BSNL and Fiber Home will give a few such activities to the nation.

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