Subisu deploys Nokia’s 100G 

Subisu, a leading internet service provider in Nepal, has deployed Nokia’s 100G optical portfolio to expand into new markets and provide improved quality of services to its subscribers.

Following this deployment, Subisu’s subscribers will enjoy an improved network and will be able to upgrade their existing bandwidth up to 1 Gbps. Those in underserved areas will be able to enjoy high-speed broadband and high-definition Internet Protocol television (IPTV).

Nokia has now deployed 1830 Photonic Service Switch (PSS) Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology at 11 locations across the country allowing Subisu to deliver 100G optical technology to customers who are demanding higher capacity and easy scalability.

The deployment follows Subisu’s deployment last year of Nokia’s Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) solution for bringing Digital Television and IPTV services to its subscribers in Province 2 in Nepal.

Binaya Mohan Saud, CEO, Subisu said, “With this initiative, we will be able to realize our business objective of adding new revenue streams and bringing the latest services to our subscribers. We have a longstanding relationship with Nokia, and are excited to leverage their solutions and expertise for this crucial initiative. This project will also help us to differentiate our services based on the quality of networks.”

Vinish Bawa, Head of Emerging Business India Market, Nokia said, “We are proud and honored to be selected to execute this significant project. Our proven optical technology cost-effectively facilitates extremely low latency and higher-capacity networks, ensuring a superior quality of experience for the end-user. This solution will enable Subisu to meet the growing bandwidth requirements of its customers and also enable them to break into new market segments. Both consumers and businesses in Nepal will benefit.”

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