Xantaro UK are delighted to be partnering with Nokia for a 3 part event series focused on Next Generation AltNet operators. The third event “ONT Easy Start and Beyond” with Philippe Frere



Create a perfect broadband experience with Nokia & Xantaro:

ONT Easy Start and Beyond

As the UK’s Next Generation Network Operators look to reap the benefits of the latest innovations in GPON and XGS-PON fibre to the premise (FTTx) technologies they also need to deal with a culmination of labour & skills shortages facing this fast-growing sector. They want to offer more bandwidth and better services, but for this to happen they first need to connect the customers to the fiber network — a more complicated challenge than might be expected.

Hear how with the help of Nokia ONT Easy Start, operators can streamline installation and accelerate time to market. By remotely automating FTTx subscriber connections, operators get improved quality of service (QoS), fewer truck rolls, and most importantly, increased customer satisfaction.


Join us on 21 April 2021 at 13:30 London time for the first 45min session!



If you are unable to attend this session, feel free to register and a link to the recording will be sent to you afterwards.


About the Speaker:

Philippe Frere is an engineer in the telecommunication industry leveraging over thirty-six years of experience, mainly around OSS (Operations Support Systems). From software design & development to OSS Solution architect, he was recently in charge of Service business development for the EMEA region.

At Nokia, he is supporting worldwide, professional services portfolio for access networks, including network transformation to IP and fibre access network.

Philippe Frere has a master’s degree in physical and nuclear engineering from the Brussels University Pole.



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