Claro Peru Collaborates With Harmonic for 10G FTTH Offering

Claro Peru collaborates with Harmonic to launch fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service, delivering next-gen broadband and 10G speeds to customers in Peru.

Highlights

  • Claro Peru and Harmonic team up to introduce FTTH offering in Peru.
  • Harmonic's CableOS Platform enables efficient operations and cost savings.
  • Successful trials conducted, with the launch planned for early next year.

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Claro Peru Collaborates With Harmonic for 10G FTTH Offering

Claro Peru, part of the America Movil group, is set to introduce a new fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) offering in partnership with Harmonic, a video delivery infrastructure provider. Harmonic says this collaboration aims to deliver next-generation broadband and 10G speeds to Claro customers in Peru.




Also Read: Melita Selects Harmonic’s CableOS Platform for Multi-Gigabit Broadband Services

Harmonic's CableOS Broadband Platform

The development comes as Claro Peru seeks to provide its customers with faster and more reliable broadband experiences while optimizing operational efficiency. By extending Harmonic's CableOS Broadband Platform for FTTH services, Claro Peru aims to meet the growing demand for high-speed internet access and deliver a seamless online experience to its users.

Streamlining Infrastructure Costs

Claro Peru expressed excitement about the upcoming FTTH offering: "We're thrilled to introduce a new FTTH service that not only enhances our customers' broadband experiences but also streamlines our infrastructure costs as we expand our service areas. After successful trials of Harmonic's CableOS Platform in our Lima Hub, we're on track to go live by early next year."

Previous Platform Deployments

Previously Claro Peru had deployed Harmonic's CableOS Platform in a distributed access architecture (DAA) with virtualized CMTS software, Reef Remote PHY (R-PHY) shelves, and Ripple R-PHY nodes.

With the addition of the CableOS Fin 10G SFP+ OLT to Ripple, Claro Peru can now offer both 10G fibre and DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) from the same node, facilitating rapid deployment of fibre services in new markets and competitive regions.

Also Read: Claro Surpasses Movistar to Become the Leading Mobile Service Provider in Peru

Harmonic highlighted the growing popularity of the CableOS Platform for FTTH services: "Our unique solution will enable Claro Peru to significantly enhance the broadband experience for subscribers, accelerate the time to market for 10G, and minimize the capital investment required to provide fibre services."

Harmonic says its CableOS Platform is trusted by over 90 service providers worldwide, including operators in the US, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

Also Read: Telefonica, Entel, and KKR Ink Deal to Expand Fibre Optic Infrastructure in Peru

In addition to Claro Peru's efforts, investment firm KKR recently partnered with Telefonica and Entel to establish Peru's nationwide open-access fiber optic network. With an investment of approximately USD 200 million, the aim is to expand the fiber network to reach 5.2 million homes across 86 provinces by 2026.

These developments are set to transform Peru's telecommunications landscape and provide improved connectivity to millions of residents.

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