SFP Series fifty-third Week News Abstract 7

2011-12-28 10:13:22

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.

Syringa Networks connects rural businesses with ADVA FSP 3000
ADVA Optical Networking (FSE: ADV) has notched up another deal for its flagship product, the FSP 3000. Syringa Networks, an Idaho-based regional provider of fiber-optic services, has selected the modular optical transport platform to provide high-speed connectivity to southern Idaho and northern Utah businesses. Syringa Networks was created in 2002 by 12 rural Idaho telephone companies with a determination to improve telecommunication and rural broadband services in Idaho. The carrier is a longstanding partner of ADVA (see “Syringa Networks boosts bandwidth, cuts costs with ADVA platform”)“We’re excited to partner with ADVA Optical Networking to offer flexible data transport solutions to Idaho businesses,” said Greg Lowe, president and CEO of Syringa Networks. “Cost-effective access to data-intensive services helps rural communities retain local businesses, attract new companies, and create jobs in their communities.”“This network means much more than just reliability, availability and increased bandwidth,” said John Scherzinger, ADVA’s senior vice president of sales in North America. “With always-on access to high-bandwidth applications, this network will have an enormous impact on businesses. Telemedicine, distance learning, and video conferencing are just the beginning. This connectivity will expand economic capacity and commerce throughout southern Idaho.”By using the modular FSP 3000 as the cornerstone of its infrastructure, Syringa Networks says it is able to scale to meet any network demand, whether from private enterprise customers or the public sector.
UTStarcom to build broadband network for Beijing E-town
UTStarcom, Inc. (NASDAQ: UTSI) has entered into a strategic cooperation agreement with Beijing BDA Network and Information Co., Ltd. (BBNI) to provide broadband equipment and telecom technology services for a new affordable housing development in Beijing.The housing development area spans a total of 12 square km. Phase I construction of approximately 3.9 square km, which is scheduled to begin in early 2012, will comprise 160 residential buildings with a capacity of 18,387 households. The rest of the area is expected to be fully developed over the coming years with a mix of residential and commercial buildings.UTStarcom will provide EPON equipment, packet-optical transport network equipment, and set-top boxes to support the construction of a high-quality communications network to enable users to enjoy audio, broadband, and potentially even IPTV services.UTStarcom President and CEO Jack Lu said, "Beijing E-town's affordable housing development marks our first project with BBNI, which has shown full confidence in our solution-development and delivery capabilities given our considerable experience serving telecom and cable operators in China. "The local Beijing government believes it is important to continue investing in the modernization of infrastructure and residential developments and we are pleased to be a part of that process," he added.BBNI was established by the Beijing Municipality to manage and operate broadband networks and telecommunication infrastructure construction of large-scale industrial projects and high-tech developments in the Beijing E-town area.
JDSU opens new optical R&D center in Shenzhen
JDSU Corp. (NASDAQ:JDSU;TSX:JDU) has opened a new development center in Shenzhen, China, to strengthen its research work around advanced test and measurement and optical communications products. A ceremony took place Tuesday to mark the official opening of the facility in the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park.JDSU established its R&D presence in Shenzhen in 2000. Its move to the new 6,000-square-meter facility in Shenzhen represents a commitment of more than RMB 20 million ($3.14 million). The center currently employs a staff of more than 250 employees, with capacity to expand to over 400 employees. The location is at the heart of the local telecom ecosystem and convenient to the talented Shenzhen technology workforce."The new Shenzhen site demonstrates JDSU's commitment to China and other high-growth markets in the Asia-Pacific region," said David Heard, president of JDSU's communications test and measurement business segment. "The Shenzhen center, together with its other research facilities worldwide, position JDSU close to its customers for effective collaboration that drives the innovation needed for the development and deployment of next-generation broadband networks."JDSU also says that the new Shenzhen facility will be instrumental in developing the building blocks for what the company terms “self-aware networks” – a suite of products to enable a new architecture for reconfigurable optical networks (see "JDSU targets 2012 for ‘Self Aware Networks’ product suite").  JDSU plans to roll out these products in 2012.
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