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Verizon, Calix achieve 34Gbps using NG-PON2 technology

25 Sep 2019

Verizon Communications and Calix have achieved downlink transmission speeds of 34Gbps over the telco’s Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 2 (NG-PON2) infrastructure. The advanced download speed was achieved at the Verizon Innovation Center in Waltham, Massachusetts.

TeleGeography notes that Verizon and Calix previously trialled NG-PON2 services in Tampa, Florida in October 2018, notching download speeds of 8Gbps.

TJ Fox, Senior Vice President and President of Verizon Business Markets, commented: ‘We know how important connectivity is to small and mid-size businesses. These advances will deliver the promise of the cloud for our customers and bring them technology at parity to what previously was only in reach for large enterprises.’

United States, Calix, Verizon Communications

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