Zzoomm taps Iskratel for UK FTTP rollout

Created August 4, 2022
News and Business

Zzoomm, a UK full fibre operator, has announced Slovenia-based Iskratel as its latest technology partner in delivering FTTP broadband to millions of UK residents. In ramping up its fibre roll-out to hundreds of communities across the UK, broadband ISP Zzoomm will utilise Iskratel’s complete XGS-PON access solution including Optical Line Terminals and Optical Network Terminals.

Iskratel is also supplying its Lumia XG8 and Lumia C16 (XGS-PON OLTs), as well as Innbox X22 ONTs for the dual-box setup at customer premises, delivering multi-gigabit services. Zzoomm offers symmetric residential services up to 2 Gbps and business services up to 10 Gbps. Zzoomm aims to reach one million UK premises in more than 85 towns by the end of 2025.

Rich Shaw, engineering director at Zzoomm, said, “We have partnered with Iskratel to help accelerate our service deployment as our build program gathers momentum across the UK. Iskratel brings tremendous experience and they complement our existing technology partners perfectly with their ability to deliver a high-quality, reliable and tailored solution for Zzoomm at scale. We look forward to developing our partnership with Iskratel and delivering a superior customer experience and serving many more happy customers.”

“We trust that our solutions are the perfect fit to meet the needs of UK operators. It makes me glad to see UK users already benefitting from our partnership, with many more to follow,” said Svjetlana Kalaba, director Business Unit Broadband at Iskratel. “We are proud to take part in Zzoomm’s endeavours to bring fibre to hundreds of communities across the UK, and help propel Zzoomm’s future growth.”

Earlier this year, Iskratel opened a local office in the UK ‘to bring added flexibility and responsiveness to UK customers’.

For more information, visit www.iskratel.com

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This article was written
by Peter Dykes

Peter Dykes is a independent telecoms and technology journalist who has over that last 30 years written for a wide range of B2B publications and companies. A former BT engineer, he specialises in networks and associated support systems. He is currently Editor of Optical Connections.