KEYMILE in the press
Charlie Vogt has returned to the telecom network sector as the new president and CEO of Dasan Zhone Solutions (DZS). In an interview with Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editior LightReading, Charlie Vogt talks about his decision, the opportunities and his plans as the new CEO of DZS.
Optical Connections, 22.7.19
Germany-based communications company Com-In has chosen DZS-Keymile’s innovative MileGate access platform to grow its extensive optical fibre infrastructure for residential and corporate customers. The plan is for this expansion is to be completed by 2021. Keymile says that Ingolstadt, a city midway between Munich and Nuremberg, will then be “one of the few German sites with a purely FTTH network.”
German communications company COM-IN has chosen to use the MileGate access platform from DZS-Keymile to expand the FTTH network for residential and corporate customers in Ingolstadt. The expansion will be completed by 2021.
Full Fibre, a telecommunications company based in the south west of England, builds 10G ultra-fast optical fibre network with DZS KEYMILE technologies. Full Fibre has chosen DZS KEYMILE’s GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) and XGS-PON (10-Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network) solutions to facilitate the active layer of their new FTTX network builds.
KEYMILE introduced a FTTB platform MileGate 2042 for ultra-broadband applications. MileGate 2042 distribution point unit (DPU) offers eight G.fast ports with profile 212a in a compact design. Network operators can thus achieve a data rate of almost 2 Gbps on short connection lines.
Optical Connections, 18.1.19
In October 2018, DASAN Zhone Solutions (DZS), a developer of optical network access solutions for service provider and enterprise networks, announced its acquisition of Keymile. DASAN has further announced that this transaction has been completed at the beginning of January 2019 therefore Keymile is now part of DZS.