SFP Series fifty-third Week News Abstract 5

2011-12-27 10:11:03

Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
The abstract is mainly about the optical communication related products,including: FTTH,GPON,EPON,SFPPLC,PTN,ODN,Optical module,Optical devices,optical communications,Optical transceiver module,Etc.

Washington, DC lights DC-CAN, first muni 100 gigabit network
Washington, DC Mayor Vincent Gray announced that the first link of U.S. capital's new high-speed fiber-optic network, the DC Community Access Network (DC-CAN), has gone live with 100-Gbps services. DC-CAN is the first city-owned 100G network in the US.DC-CAN also is the latest 100G customer for Ciena Corp. (NASDAQ: CIEN), whose customer list gets ever longer – with major telco BT Group PLC (LSE: BT.A) being added only last week (see "BT to increase core network capacity at 21CN"). Ciena supplied 100G-enabled line cards on its 6500 packet-optical transport platform to create the DC-CAN backbone.DC-CAN is a middle-mile network that aims to bring affordable connections to residents and businesses in underserved areas of the city.  So far 24 anchor institutions such as hospitals, schools, and local government offices have active connections to the network. The network will also be open to local service providers, who can take advantage of the low-cost access to reach new customers in those underserved areas – defined as areas where broadband adoption rates are below 40%. "With this 100G connection, we are making history by providing state-of-the-art network capacity that will serve the District’s economic growth well into the 21st century," said Mayor Gray. "DC-CAN will help pave the way for greater broadband adoption across the District of Columbia, and I’m proud that we will be the first city in the United States to make such a forward-thinking investment in crucial technology infrastructure."The project was funded through an NTIA infrastructure grant, as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The initial link, which serves communities east of the Anacostia River, is available just 6 months after breaking ground on the project. The 100G backbone links are expected to be complete in Wards 5, 7, and 8 within the next six months, and will extend to every ward in the District by June 2013.
Twain Telephone deploys Zhone MXK for xDSL connectivity
Zhone Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: ZHNE) says that Mark Twain Telephone Co. is deploying the MXK intelligent terabit access concentrator to enable xDSL connectivity to its 5,000 access lines in northern Missouri. "As part of our upgrade and rebuild of two telephone exchanges earlier this year, we’ve been continually impressed with the functionality and stability of Zhone’s MXK platform," said Bill Rohde, general manager of Mark Twain. "Alongside upgrading to a 10-gig transport network, we are also deploying new access technology to provide high-bandwidth connectivity to our subscribers and position the network for fiber expansion in the future, in a cost-effective manner. He added, "After our lengthy internal testing, we were convinced of Zhone’s ability to provide us the most robust and carrier-class platform for our needs. We have been highly impressed with Zhone’s product offerings and their overall commitment to making our deployment successful as we upgrade service to our 5,000 access customers." The remotely managed MXK multi-service access platform delivers high-speed xDSL connectivity to cope with increased bandwidth demands, and provides a migration path to future fiber connectivity when needed -- allowing  Mark Twain to design its network for maximum flexibility and efficiency, Zhone asserts.To date, Zhone says it has deployed more than 2,600 of its MXK platforms with more than 150 service providers in more than 40 countries globally.
Orckit-Corrigent to supply packet-optical transport system for Germany's e.discom
Orckit-Corrigent Ltd. (NASDAQ: ORCT) says that e.discom Telekommunikation GmbH, a regional German telecommunication service provider, has selected its Packet Transport Network (PTN) equipment to enable low-latency and high-priority traffic for the delivery of carrier, enterprise VPN, and residential broadband services on a converged networking layer. e.discom will deploy the MPLS and MPLS-TP based CM-4000 PTN switches and the accompanying CM-View network management system, complemented by 3M Services' support platform. An initial purchase order of about $1 million was accepted and shipment started in the third quarter 2011."e.discom is deploying a next-generation packet transport network that will deliver strong quality-of-service under very well-defined service-level agreements to our carrier and enterprise  customers," said Gunter Hoheisel, head, networks and infrastructure of e.discom. He added that Orckit-Corrigent's products had successfully completed telemetry tests that included delay and jitter measurements to support those requirements.Orckit-Corrigent’s CM-4000 portfolio is a series of small-, medium-, and large-capacity PTN switches that offer any combination of Ethernet, SDH, and PDH services to facilitate migration towards a unified packet network. These switches are based on dual-stack IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP, packet synchronization and circuit emulation technologies.
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