SFP series forty-fifth Week News Abstract 7

2011-11-02 10:30:07

Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
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Clearfield products used in Venture Communications FTTH project
Broadband stimulus award winner Venture Communications Cooperative teamed up with Clearfield, Inc. (Nasdaq:CLFD) in an FTTH deployment that will serve a trio of communities in north central South Dakota and span more than 900 square miles. The project, funded in part by a $7 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act broadband stimulus award, began in the spring and will be completed by the 4th quarter of this year.Area businesses and residents will enjoy the benefits of high speed internet, IP video and high definition television, as well as phone, long distance, and voice messaging .The fiber deployment will cover three exchanges and more than 900 access lines in and around Faulkton, Orient and Cresband, S.D."With our rural build, you plow many miles to get to a very few customers," Venture Assistant General Manager Randy Olson said."Traditionally, it's been difficult getting broadband to a rural market. So, we like to say we had 'lower high speed internet' service in the past," Olson continued. "There were no video products for rural consumers and many had coax-based TV service. So our customers are really looking forward to the new services this FTTH project will bring."An important step will be the installation of Clearfield's FieldSmart Fiber Crossover Distribution System (FxDS) as part of the central office operation. The FieldSmart FxDS frame is being used in the Faulkton FTTH deployment, while FieldSmart FxDS panels are being used in Cresband and Orient. Venture has three central offices that came about as a result of stimulus awards, and another three in their ILEC exchanges. It is deploying a Passive Optical Network (PON) with Calix."We did a thorough investigation of fiber management products," Olson explained. "Clearfield was the best choice for the money."
Home Communications chooses Clearfield for FTTH fiber management
Home Communications Inc. (HCI) has chosen Clearfield, Inc. (Nasdaq:CLFD) to supply fiber management equipment for a fiber to the home (FTTH) project in Kansas. The project, partially funded through the broadband stimulus program, will see more than 600 miles of fiber deployed throughout nine Kansas cities and passing approximately 1,800 homes.HCI will use Clearfield's FieldSmart Fiber Crossover Distribution System (FxDS) panels in its central offices and Fiber Scalability Center (FSC) PON cabinets equipped with Clearfield optical component splitting technology in the field for the FTTH installation."When you look at fiber panels with no fiber jumpers, initially it's hard to determine which product is better," said HCI’s CTO, Richard Baldwin. "After you run the fiber jumpers, it doesn't take long to determine where manufacturing flaws exist. The fiber management design in the FieldSmart cabinet is far superior to others. Fiber jumpers stay organized and easy to manage from the first jumper to the last."
France Telecom-Orange, Free call rural FTTH truce
In a sign that the often contentious French fiber to the home (FTTH) market may be calming, France Telecom-Orange has signed an agreement with rival Free that will allow Free to access France Telecom-Orange’s rural FTTH infrastructure.France Telecom-Orange has offered the third-party FTTH wholesale access service at the behest of French telecom regulator ARCEP, which has mandated the sharing of new FTTH infrastructure to ensure service competition. The former PTT announced this past February a major FTTH rollout in rural areas in 2011 and 2012. The program aims to bring fiber to 3,600 French municipalities (communes), covering 10 million households by 2015 and 15 million households by 2020 (corresponding to 17 million homes), or nearly 60% of French households. The project will cost 2 billion Euros through 2015.The wholesale agreement with Free does not cover the entire rollout. Free has contracted for access to fiber that will serve approximately 1,300 municipalities (communes), or 5 million homes, by 2020.Meanwhile, France Telecom-Orange says it is negotiating similar deals with our operators.The agreement is significant because the two carriers have often traded accusations of obstructing open access (see, for example, “FT: Free holding up FTTH mutualisation”).
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