Ubiquity leverages Fujitsu’s NOC to support its fiber broadband network

March 6, 2024
The pact helps Ubiquity accelerate its deployment of broadband services in its mix of fast-growing and underserved communities.

As Ubiquity expands its open-access fiber broadband footprint, it is leveraging Fujitsu Network Operations Center (NOC) to support last-mile fiber broadband infrastructure in four major U.S. markets. Fujitsu provides Ubiquity with 24x7 managed network services from its carrier-class NOC in Texas.

Ubiquity is a digital infrastructure owner, developer, and operator with a growing set of open access, fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) networks.

The service provider enables fast-growing suburban communities and underserved communities to reap the benefits of affordable, high-speed connectivity options and associated economic development.

Fujitsu’s managed network services include fault monitoring, notification, troubleshooting and onsite dispatching. As a result, Ubiquity has realized accelerated visibility into and management of sustainable infrastructure, delivering premium broadband services faster to new markets cost-effectively.

Ajay Ghanekar, co-founder and co-CEO of Ubiquity, said, “Fujitsu support made it possible for us to keep pace with our significant build plan, support a varied set of customers, and maintain a consistent set of quality on our fiber service.”

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