SFP series forty-fifth Week News Abstract 3
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.
VTel taps Calix for WOW fiber-optic network
Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX) says that Vermont Telephone Co. (VTel) will spend some of its broadband stimulus money on Calix 700GE optical network terminals (ONTs). VTel will use the ONTs as part of a broadband service rollout to more than 15,000 customers in southern Vermont using the carrier’s Wireless Open World (WOW) network.Family-owned VTel operates a four-state fiber-optic network that connects Vermont with New York City, Boston, and Montreal, with speeds of 1- to 100-Gbps. VTel is also one of the largest owners of FCC wireless licenses in Vermont, New Hampshire, and upstate New York, and is working with Vermont's largest public utilities to use 700 MHz to enable a smart grid throughout Vermont.The carrier received broadband stimulus awards of $129 million in grants and loans in 2010. VTel’s WOW initiative aims to bring fiber to every home and business in its service area as well as roll out 4G/LTE wireless broadband services throughout Vermont. The FTTH portion will use point-to-point Gigabit Ethernet technologies to deliver voice over IP (VoIP) and residential and business data services via 1-Gbps connections. Construction on the three-year WOW project began in late September and is set to be completed in 2013."As new advanced applications are introduced into the market, it is clear that bandwidth needs are rapidly increasing," said John Colvin, senior vice president of North American field sales and marketing at Calix. "VTel is a great example of a communications service provider who is not only addressing the bandwidth challenges of today, but looking into the future to ensure customer needs are met for years to come." "Calix is a leading company enabling broadband access, and we are excited to have them helping us deliver broadband, voice, and television services to rural Vermonters with technology that is far superior to that available in most urban environments," said Justin Robinson, president of VTel.
PacketFront, Ericsson supply KPN with FTTH termination unit
PacketFront, through its partner Ericsson, has supplied its new Gigabit FTTH Network Termination unit, the MC901, to Dutch national service provider KPN under a multi-year contract. KPN began deploying the MC901 this past August as part of its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) services rollout.The MC901 provides fiber-to-copper termination at the customer premises. It is designed to fit the Universal Fiber Termination Unit (Universal FTU) that is standard in the Netherlands. KPN field technicians can snap the MC901 onto the Universal FTU at the customer premises to initiate service, PacketFront says. The MC901 will support migration from 100-Mbps to 1-Gbps services to the home, the company adds.“We have discussed our complete product range of FTTH CPEs with KPN and are proud to have found the best solution for the specific end-customer environment enabling KPN to use their current selection of copper based residential gateways. In addition, delivering this product in high volumes through our partner Ericsson to the leading telecommunications provider in the Netherlands marks a next phase in PacketFront’s growth and partnership with Ericsson,” says Peter van Bourgondien, director of business development at PacketFront.
Tennessee Cooperative picks ADTRAN for broadband stimulus project
ADTRAN Inc. (NASDAQ:ADTN) says that Tennessee’s largest telephone cooperative, Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative Corp., has selected the Total Access 5000 multi-service access platform and Advanced Operational Environment (AOE) services management offering for use throughout its network. ADTRAN's equipment will be used to deliver residential and business services including triple-play services (voice, video and data) as well as IPTV over FTTH.Twin Lakes provides telecommunications services to Northern Middle Tennessee, with a network covering approximately 1,900 square miles, 32,000 subscribers and 15,000 broadband customers. The operator has secured a broadband stimulus award to bring next-generation services to more than 12,000 business and residential customers, and for high-bandwidth mobile backhaul.Twin Lakes said a key reason it chose ADTRAN’s Total Access 5000 system was the ability to configure and provision multiple services from a single platform. In addition, with the use of the Total Access 5000, Twin Lakes can easily deploy mobile backhaul services using a variety of gigabit fiber connections."ADTRAN’s FTTH solution combined with the service management features of AOE allowed us to streamline our operations and immediately offer cutting-edge, revenue-generating services to our customers," said Jonathan West, general manager and CEO, Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative.Last month, ADTRAN announced that it had boosted the capacity of the Total Access 5000 platform (see "ADTRAN Doubles Total Access 5000 Active Ethernet, GPON FTTH capacity").
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