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Chorus selects Alcatel, Comptel for UFB network

Wednesday 13 February 2013 | 13:08 CET | News
Alcatel-Lucent and software provider Comptel will provide New Zealand fixed-line network operator Chorus with a Fibre Fulfillment and Inventory Solution for their open access fibre services. The service will assist retail service providers in New Zealand to services using the Ultra Fast Broadband network. This contract, with Crown funding up to NZD 929 million, will see Chorus deploy around 17,000km of fibre optic cables to areas covering around 70 percent of the homes and businesses within the UFB Fibre to the Home footprint. Alcatel-Lucent will serve as the systems integrator for the

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Alcatel-Lucent USA/FR / Chorus / Comptel
Countries: New Zealand
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