PTCL to Expand FTTH Network in Collaboration with Huawei

PTCL to Expand FTTH Network in Collaboration with Huawei. Huawei has collaborated with PTCL to provide fiber to the curb (FTTC) and fiber to the home (FTTH) solutions to Pakistan Telecommunication Company. This partnership aims at modernizing the fixed network of PTCL.

PTCL to Expand FTTH Network in Collaboration with Huawei

Currently, PTCL has 95 percent of fixed broadband access network and access copper line resources in Pakistan.

Saad Muzaffar Waraich, CTIO, PTCL said:

“Huawei’s broadband solution assists us in building the most competitive network. By deploying Huawei FTTC/FTTH solutions, we are able to provide more users with higher bandwidth and better experience based on existing copper line resources and new fiber lines,

PTCL is striving to transform its network to provide 20 Mbit/s average and 100 Mbits and 1000 Mbit/sultra broadband services in high end areas of Pakistan. To provide better services to its users, PTCL is working on new technologies such as VDSL2, SuperVector, G.fast and GPON.

To maintain quality, PTCL has established a test laboratory for ensuring best quality of its services before its launch. Huawei will use a network planning tool to help PTCL build networks that target high end users and areas. The expert system of Huawei has ability to locate faults precisely and abruptly for improvements. Hence in this way the company provides users with good broadband experience.

As an outcome of this collaboration, PTCL plans to roll out GPON-based FTTH networks in greenfield areas.

Chi Linchun, CEO, Huawei Pakistan said:

“Through identification of high-value areas, the one-stop site solution, and the line expert system, we help PTCL make precise investments, build high-value networks, and improve user experience by playing a good partner role in PTCL’s recent Network Transformational Projects

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Fizza Atique

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