SFP series forty-fifth Week News Abstract 10

2011-11-03 17:40:59

 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.

China Telecom chooses Alcatel-Lucent PON for Fibre Cities project
China Telecom has selected Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext and NYSE: ALU) to supply PON equipment for its “Broadband China, Fibre Cities” project. The project aims to supply more than 26 million people in unserved and under-served areas of China with new broadband services.The “Broadband China, Fibre Cities” project will see the deployment of a mix of PON technologies connecting homes, office buildings and remote “nodes.” The nodes will then support fiber-to-the-node (FTTN) delivery of broadband services, wherein the final distribution of broadband signals will use existing copper wires. Alcatel-Lucent will supply its Intelligent Services Access Manager (ISAM) product family, which includes a mix of GPON, EPON, and DSL technologies.Wei Leping, Chairman of China Telecom Science & Technology Committee, said, “China Telecom launched ‘Broadband China, Fibre Cities’ strategy at the beginning of 2011, which aims to realize optical network coverage in all the cities in three years. By 2015, China Telecom will achieve an FTTH coverage of 100 million households and 30 million FTTH subscribers. Leveraging Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell’s leading broadband access portfolio and Alcatel-Lucent’s enriched deployment experience for other operators worldwide, we are able to provide the urban users the experience of web surfing at the speed of light.”Rajeev Singh-Molares, President of Alcatel-Lucent’s activities in the Asia-Pacific Region, said: “This project represents another major milestone in the rapid modernization of China’s telecom landscape, and highlights the deepening relationship between Alcatel-Lucent and China Telecom, one of the worlds’ largest and most dynamic service providers.”Following the deployment, China Telecom will be able to offer subscribers a range of consumer and business services including IPTV, video on demand, voice over IP (VoIP), and more at speeds of up to 50 Mbps, all with guaranteed quality of service (QoS) levels. This project is part of China Telecom’s plan to extend its FTTH coverage to 100 million users by the end of China’s 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015).
New Mexico FTTH project partners announced
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative (KCEC) has announced several partnerships for its planned fiber to the home (FTTH) rollout in Northern New Mexico. The partners include Pulse Broadband, WESCO, Atlantic Engineering, and TCS Communications.Pulse Broadband will act as project manager and project engineer, while will handle WESCO material management and procurement. Atlantic Engineering and TCS Communications will be responsible for construction and deployment services, pending negotiations.The electric co-op received $63.8 million in grants and loans for the project as part of the broadband stimulus program. Kit Carson’s service area covers more than 29,000 homes and businesses in Taos, Colfax, and Rio Arriba counties in New Mexico. The co-op expects to create 200 to 300 jobs as part of the project.“This is an exciting time for our community” said Kit Carson CEO Luis Reyes. “This new network will transform our area and the contractors we have selected will allow us to maximize the use of local workers and subcontractors. We are not only adding the skills of experienced network designers and builders like Pulse Broadband, but we are showing a commitment to bring local jobs, education, and training into our communities.”Preliminary work on the nearly 3,000 mile network has already started.
Alcatel-Lucent wins SaskTel GPON FTTP deal
Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE:ALU) says it has won a contract from SaskTel to supply Saskatchewan’s primary carrier with GPON equipment for SaskTel’s fiber to the premises (FTTP) roll out. The FTTP deployment is part of SaskTel’s Next Generation Broadband Access Program (see “SaskTel broadband program to include FTTP”) announced in April. Alcatel-Lucent also will supply aggregation and optical transport equipment to support delivery of the broadband services.SaskTel will leverage several elements of Alcatel-Lucent’s High Leverage Network portfolio:1830 Photonic Service Switch (PSS).7750 Service Router (SR).5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM).7342 Intelligent Services Access Manager Fiber-to-the-User (ISAM FTTU).The systems house also will supply its 5780 Dynamic Services Controller (DSC) for subscriber management and policy control.“As evidenced by our 2011 network investment plans, SaskTel is committed to being the best at connecting people to their world by providing the best customer experience through our superior networks, exceptional service, advanced solutions and applications,” said Ron Styles, SaskTel president and CEO. “We chose Alcatel-Lucent’s High Leverage Network architecture because it enables us to deliver a full range of differentiated services enabled by the latest innovations in wireline broadband access, IP and optical technologies.”
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