Fiber series eighth week news Abstract 7

2012-02-25 11:13:44

Week News Abstract For Fiber 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.

Opsens [S&P/TSX Venture Composite] closes at 4.2% below VWP but at 18.8% premium to 52-week low
Opsens Inc. ("Opsens") (TSXV: OPS) is pleased to announce that it has received its second largest order to instrument 21 wells with its OPP-W fiber optic sensor systems in a SAGD oil sands project.Second commercial order from this client - "By continuing to work closely with our customer and by providing value added service, we have strengthened our relationship which naturally generated more business", said Darren Wiltse, President of Opsens Solutions."Things are moving in the right direction.Currency Conversion:Canadian dollar CAD1= US$0.9772 [or US$1=CAD1.02]; Against the US$ the CAD declined 32.64 basis points (or 0.3%) for the day; weakened 0.4% for the week; declined 1.2% for the month; dropped 6.9% in the past year. CAD1 = 100c.
Oplink Communications rises 0.8% on low volume
Support: the support price is hovering at the US$15.20 level. Volume traded at the weak support price zone was 0.6 times average during the six occasions when the support price was breached. In the last month the lowest price was US$15.20 on Dec 19. The second lowest was US$15.31 on Dec 16, the third lowest was US$15.38 on Nov 28, the 4th at US$15.42 on Dec 15 and the 5th at US$15.44 on Dec 09.Resistance: the stock is in a short-term spike being above its 50-day moving average price of US$16.373, but below its 200-day moving average price of US$17.232. The stock hit a new fourteen-day high of US$16.95 on decreased volume index of 0.2 on Tuesday. Previous rallies have been met with resistance at US$17.23. However, selling pressure at that level has been weak; volume was 0.4 times average during the four occasions when the resistance price was breached in the last one month. In the last one month the highest was at US$17.23 on Dec 05, the second highest at US$17.07 on Dec 06. The third advance halted at US$16.95 on Dec 27, the 4th at US$16.93 on Dec 02.Trailing month: in the last 21 trading sessions there has been a net rise of 5.65%; the stock has advanced 15 times and the biggest one day rise was 8.6% on Nov 28.
Mobile Network Operators and Challenge of Service Delivery [opinion]
The Yuletide is here again and the mobile networks are about to witness unprecedented traffic which may cause massive congestions.looks at the reasons telecom operators under-perform, the challenges they face to deliver quality telecom service and what stakeholders should do to ameliorate the situation.The Yuletide is here again and the perennial challenge of making and receiving phone calls on mobile networks is about to manifest. At every Christmas and New Year, the mobile networks in the country are virtually jammed as millions of Nigerians send text messages and make phone calls to loved ones wishing them well during the festive period.Mobile services providers especially Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) operators are never at ease as the end of the year beckons. That is why the telecoms industry regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) foresaw the danger ahead and issued an ultimatum to three of the four major GSM operators to buckle up by increasing and optimising their network capacity and rollout more base transceiver stations (BTS) and mobile switches in order to improve the quality of services (QoS) from their networks.To ameliorate the situation, the mobile phone operators are expected to optimise their networks while they add more subscribers to accommodate the huge demands voice call and data users make on the network.Mr. Ira Palti, president and chief executive of Ceragon Network who identified why Nigerian mobile phone operators find it difficult to provide efficient quality service, said optimising the capacity of the networks is very important to allow for more traffic to flow while the current network expansion is on.According to him, the huge increase in capacity especially the use of data through smartphones is causing headaches to operators."There is limited spectrum available to link the cities and rural areas. We see a lot of smartphones and data on-the-go that require microwave capabilities."Operators need to deploy wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) technology to complement microwave and fibre optic infrastructure to ease the heavy data traffic piled on the networks by smartphones, tables computers used in browsing the web.Ten years ago at the advent of GSM) in Nigeria, it took mobile network operators (MNOs) who received licence from the NCC just 45 days to search, rent space or outright purchase of a piece of land to build base stations, erect towers with antennas and go live on the network.At the beginning, land owners were begging operators to come to their streets, estates and villages. Some of them had to donate free space in their compounds so that they could have GSM network coverage in their locality. Today that which took a month and half for the operators is now taking 6 to 12 months to build and activate a single base station.The unnecessary delays in getting Right of Ways, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates from the ministries of Works and Environment respectively and other state regulatory agencies have impacted negatively on the quality of service (QoS) offered by mobile service providers.
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