PTCL launches fiber to the home service (GPON) in Karachi, Lahore & Islamabad

PTCL launches fiber to the home service (GPON) in Karachi, Lahore & Islamabad
Karachi (September 15, 2011) : Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), with a commitment to provide the latest technology and innovative products to its customers, has deployed its first ever Fiber to Home service based on Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) technology in Karachi, This service is also available in Lahore and Islamabad as well.
GPON provides a capacity boost in both the total bandwidth and bandwidth efficiency through the use of larger, variable-length packets. It not only provides substantially higher efficiency as a transport network, but also delivers simplicity and superb scalability for future expansion in supporting additional services with lowest cost for all modes of operation.

With this unique capability PTCL has raised the bar of customer experience by many notches. Initially the service includes unprecedented voice quality on telephone, extremely fast reliable broadband connectivity and digital television with amazing video quality.

PTCL’s SEVP, Business Zone South, Abdullah Yousef Abdullah said on this occasion, “PTCL will widely deploy Fiber to the home technology of which the first step has already been taken in some parts of Karachi giving our valued customers the opportunity to experience the latest technology and the best quality of service. Our aim is to delight our customers with such innovative products right at their doorstep which suits their life styles and spending budgets”.

(Published on PTCL Official Website)

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What is GPON?
GPON – passive optical network (PON) is a point-to-multipoint, fiber to the premises network architecture in which unpowered optical splitters are used to enable a single optical fiber to serve multiple premises, typically 16-128. A PON consists of an optical line terminal (OLT) at the service provider’s central office and a number of optical network units (ONUs) near end users. A PON reduces the amount of fiber and central office equipment required compared with point to point architectures. A passive optical network is a form of fiber-optic access network.

12 Comments


  1. min fiber lgwana chata hon baldia tawon sec8/b min plz ptcl wale lga din


  2. its not a latest technology. super net provide a point to point radio link connectivity & its so fast. ptcl launch fiber solution its not strong solution.

  3. qaisar khan says:

    it is very latest technology in the future


  4. i have three year exp in ftth field i am working in fujitsu uk i need this job


  5. Wateen already provide GPON services in Multan, Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad


  6. SIR Landhi Exchange 89 Karachi sir landhi no 2 area {c/1} {1/c} {1/d} {37d} ma
    fiber optics services not available in your area so pls chaik The
    landhi Exchange my area C/1 landhi no 2 ma provides fiber optices
    services in my area.
    C/1 landhi no 2 karachi Pakistan


  7. maen apny gahoon meen DSL wi fi sistam banana chahta hoon koei ranamaei aur madad karee takha gareeb aur nadar talaba mustafeed hoon ap sab ka bahi

    azad_kakar@yahoo.com khuda ham sab ka hami wa naser hoo


  8. ALLAH PAK REM KRY GA .KUN PARSHAN HOOO SUB LOG.?


  9. ye sara kam Union waloon k waja se huawa hay


  10. Employ ka bera gark karnay ka program hay us bastered Etisslat 2013 m koi b employ regular nahy rhay ga sub contrect p hojangy aur out source kudaingy

  11. Iftikhar Ahmad says:

    It is observed that PTCL is providing pipes as capacity but not the bandwidth. They are capping bandwidth. Can anyone shed light what is criteria of capping bandwidth.?

    A detail in this regard will be appreciated.


  12. In this regard PTCL making huge investment for providing latest technology services to their valuable customers. But the other hand, PTCL employees depriving their basic rights and the Etisalat having hard corner for their regular/NCPG emplyess and wants to git rid at any cost.

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