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Consolidated Electric Cooperative Energizes Ohio with ADTRAN
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Dec 01, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ADTRAN(R), Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, today announced that Consolidated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CEC), a non-profit electric distribution cooperative serving North Central Ohio, has selected the ADTRAN Total Access 5000 with integrated Optical Networking Edge (ONE) as the foundation for its new 166 mile fiber network built with its RUS middle mile broadband stimulus award. CEC will leverage the integrated multi-service delivery and packet optical transport infrastructure to deliver a 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) solution for smart grid monitoring among its 16 power substations for more effective and efficient energy usage within its power network. The CEC ENLITE fiber optic network with 20 point-of-presence locations will also deliver wholesale Carrier Ethernet and 10G wavelength services for CLECs, mobile operators and Tier 2/Tier 3 service providers looking to extend high speed data, voice and video services in Central Ohio.ADTRAN ONE is a MEF certified solution enabling CEC to efficiently deliver and aggregate 1G and 10G Carrier Ethernet services based on resilient Ethernet multi-ring implementation and also offer transparent multi-service delivery over an optical transport network (OTN). Total Access 5000 provides many options for broadband access that include GPON, Active Ethernet, as well as legacy technologies. As a multi-service access platform which includes integrated packet optical transport solution, ADTRAN ONE delivers unmatched services reach and scalability. In addition, CEC will enjoy operational efficiency, total lower network ownership cost, and future proof capabilities, all while providing a critical offering for service providers who are facing fiber exhaust in the region. This will now allow local, regional and national service providers to bring media rich, high-bandwidth services to business and residential customers that are essential to the economic growth of the region moving forward."We believe broadband plays a key role in rural development and is a vital infrastructure component in attracting and stimulating economic development," said Doug Payauys, CIO and vice president of information systems, Consolidated Electric Cooperative. "ADTRAN's Total Access 5000 was the only solution we evaluated that could deliver Carrier Ethernet, legacy transport, multiple access technologies and WDM in a single platform.""The flexibility and scalability of the Total Access 5000 ONE solution provides carriers virtually unlimited transport needed to support a wide variety of applications and services, including Smart Grid and traditional network migration deployments," said Mitch Fleming, regional vice president, service provider sales, ADTRAN. "For CEC, that means they are able to offer all the bandwidth needed in central Ohio to support CLECs, mobile operators, and Tier 2 and 3 service providers looking to grow the services their community requires for future economic growth."
ADTRAN Flexes Agile Photonic Capabilities to Expand the Optical Networking Edge
ADTRAN(R), Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, today announced a significant expansion of its Optical Networking Edge (ONE) portfolio that enables service providers to dramatically simplify service delivery and network operations, as well as accelerate time-to-revenue. These new ONE capabilities provide agile photonics and enhanced service delivery with the introduction of a right-sized, compact Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer (mini-ROADM) system-on-a-blade, multi-service Optical Transport Network (OTN, ITU-T G.709) Switchponder, and tunable pluggable optics. These advancements provide operators with a flexible and efficient network architecture, improving their market responsiveness to ever-changing service and network requirements driven by traffic growth and the transition from circuit to packet services."Operators require flexible optical networking and service capabilities that are not only technically feasible but also economically feasible," said Sterling Perrin, senior analyst, Heavy Reading. "ADTRAN is targeting these critical economics requirements with a packet-optical transport system that is purpose built for access, edge and mobile backhaul applications."Integrated into ADTRAN's Total Access 5000, ONE enables a unique convergence of residential, business and mobile backhaul services delivery with right-sized packet optical transport. Some specific benefits of these newly-announced packet optical capabilities include:Expedited service delivery and transport network installation and upgrade through simplified remote provisioning and performance monitoring tools, rather than truck rolls; Reduced network complexity, space and power needs when compared to alternative ROADM architectures that typically require a multi-blade implementation and a separate service delivery platform. ADTRAN's mini-ROADM delivers system-on-a-blade including Wavelength Selective Switch (WSS), EDFA amplifiers, optical monitoring and auto power balancing; Increased access, aggregation and transport service capacity on demand up to 44 10G DWDM channels with total capacity of 440G, scalable to 88 channels (880G); and Improved network flexibility and simplified mixed-service delivery with integrated OTN networking which enables service providers to extend OTN aggregation and scalability to the network edge. ADTRAN's OTN Switchponder is a multi-service unit that integrates OTN switch with DWDM transponder on a single card. It provides remotely configurable any-service to any-port operation. It delivers OTN mapping, switching, aggregation and transport capabilities, allowing operators to transport simultaneously SONET/SDH, Ethernet or other services such as Fibre Channel."It has been our strategy from the outset to provide the market with a merged multi-service access, aggregation and packet optical transport solution that enables higher network efficiency, lower costs and faster time-to-revenue," said Mano Nachum, packet optical networking product line manager, ADTRAN's Carrier Networks Division. "The introduction of our mini-ROADM system-on-a-blade and OTN Switchponder, paired with the multi-layer services management, allow service providers to realize the benefits of agile photonics and OTN multi-service delivery."
ADTRAN to acquire Nokia Siemens Networks fixed-line broadband business
Nokia Siemens Networks is wasting no time executing on its decision to restructure its business (see “Nokia Siemens Networks refocus could cost 17,000 their jobs”). The company says it has reached agreement to sell its fixed-line broadband access business to ADTRAN, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADTN).The companies said in a joint statement that the transaction is expected to close by the end of April 2012. The price of the deal, which includes the fixed-line broadband access business and associated professional services and network management expertise, was not disclosed. The planned acquisition would include related intellectual properties, technologies, and the established customer base. Approximately 400 people, including engineering, R&D, sales, and professional services employees, are expected to transfer to ADTRAN globally. The agreement also includes provisions that would allow ADTRAN’s existing product range to be incorporated into Nokia Siemens Networks’ portfolio.The deal is subject to the completion of an employee consultation process, finalization of transition services agreements, and customary closing conditions. After close of the planned transaction ADTRAN expects the acquired business will be neutral to diluted earnings per share for the first full year and accretive thereafter.“Service providers around the world are seeing high-bandwidth services as an integral component of their future opportunities,” said ADTRAN CEO Tom Stanton. “This strategic acquisition would position ADTRAN in key markets with an established customer base; complementary market-focused products, along with engineering, R&D, sales, and professional services resources that will enable ADTRAN to take a significant step forward as one of the world’s leading communications solutions providers.”“We believe that this planned divestment would provide our existing fixed broadband access customers with a continuous high-quality service from a company focused on their needs,” said Marc Rouanne, head of mobile broadband at Nokia Siemens Networks. “The planned sale is in line with our new strategy to increase our focus on the mobile broadband and services market.”Nokia Siemens Networks has already sold its microwave backhaul unit to DragonWave, and has agreed to a deal to sell its WiMax business to NewNet Communication Technologies. However, there’s still plenty of work to be done if the company is to reduce its head count by 17,000 – or almost one-quarter of its 75,000 workforce – as it shifts its focus to mobile broadband and attempts to cut operating expenses by €1bn over the next two years.
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