KMTelecom, the Minnesota-based service provider, has completed the latest phase of its IPTV rollout deploying Amino set-top boxes across its FTTH network.
Seen as a model for rural broadband deployments in the US, KMTelecom has invested over $6 million over the last seven years in bringing FTTH to communities in and around the communities of Kasson and Mantorville, close to Rochester, MN. Outlying areas of the network have also seen upgrades with VDSL2 technology to improve bandwidth and enable the delivery of IPTV services.
“We have been very pleased with the performance of the A140. It’s been very solid and reliable and by adding a commercially available hard drive as a simple “plug and play” option, it’s proved very popular with our customers. They also like the remote control – and how easy the STB picks up the IR signals,” said KMTelecom’s Chief Technical Officer Russell Leitzen..