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HT and Nokia carry out 25G PON trial in Croatia

11 Mar 2022

Hrvatski Telekom (HT) and Nokia have conducted Croatia’s first trial of 25G PON fibre broadband. The vendor said the test was one of the first to be conducted with a unit of the Deutsche Telekom (DT) group. HT is the largest fixed broadband operator in Croatia in subscription terms, with around 60% of the overall retail market.

Sandy Motley, President of Fixed Networks at Nokia, said: ‘As fibre access networks develop, communications service providers are now looking beyond the immediate needs of residential customers at new applications for enterprise customers and to support their own mobile networks with backhaul. 25G PON, which is available today with our Quillion powered fibre nodes, is an easy solution to immediately add scale and capacity and only requires a change in optics for operation.’

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom (HT), Nokia

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