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BSNL starts fibre-to-the-home broadband services in Vadodara

After a month-long trial, the Bhartiya Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) on Friday launched the Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) technology in Vadodara. The new technology is expected to deliver high-speed broadband access without facing any technical problems and at considerably cheaper rates. Ramakant Sharma, General Manager of BSNL, Vadodara Circle, said the network has been built on the Gigabyte Passive Optical Technology (GPON) concept which will have the down-link speed of 2.5 Gbps and up-link speed of 1.25 Gbps.
“The single optical fibre will cater to 32 customers with high speed bandwidth. Now, BSNL will offer high speed broadband access up to 100 Mbps with facilities of multi-channel IPTV, video/audio on demand, interactive gaming, conferencing, high-speed lease line, voice services by using this technology,” he said.
He also added that the network is very useful technology to meet demands of new developing commercial and residential areas, corporate bulk demands. It is the latest technology and offers replacement to existing copper network with better reliability and high speed data transmission. When asked about the success of BSNL 3G services, Sharma said: “After we launched the services in July, we have given 3,500 new connections and converted more than 4,000 2G connections into 3G connections.”

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