Fiber series ninth week news Abstract 5

2012-03-01 11:21:52

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.

Weekly: Nexxus Lighting Class A hits year-low
Nexxus Lighting Class A (NEXS.O), NASDAQ's 30th largest Building Construction company by market capitalisation, hit a 52-week low of 84.0c during the week. In the last six months the stock has hit a new 52-week low eight times, pointing to a significant downtrend. The stock fell for a third week on Friday. The share price slid 5.0c (or 5.3%) to 89.0c in the week ending Friday January 20. Compared with the NASDAQ-100 index which rose 65.0 points (or 2.7%) in the week, this represented a relative price change of -8.1%. Support: the support price is hovering at the 84.0c level. Volume traded at the weak support price zone was 0.6 times average during the three occasions when the support price was breached. In the last one month the first low was at 84.0c on Dec 30, the next at 84.0c on Jan 19. The third decline halted at 85.0c on Jan 18.Resistance: in the last one month the highest was at US$1.10 on Jan 03, the second advance halted at US$1.10 on Dec 30. The Volume Weighted Price (VWP) is the summation of turnover [or price at which shares were sold times the volume of shares] divided by the total volume and represents an average based on turnover of all transactions over the period. In the past week the Volume Weighted Price was 88.49c, down from 93.62c in the previous week. Average daily volume of some 77,130 shares declined 0.2% from 77,262 shares. The 5-week VWP is 97.75c. The Building Construction company sector is the 37th largest by market capitalisation out of NASDAQ's 87 sectors. It is made up of 34 publicly listed companies with a combined market capitalisation of US$25 billion. In 2011 earnings for the sector grew 8.6% compared with those of 2010. The main players in the sector include Fastenal, Foster Wheeler, Healthcare Services Group and Beacon Roofing Supply. Nexxus Lighting, Inc (Nexxus), formerly Super Vision International, Inc., focuses its resources on designing, manufacturing, marketing and selling new light-emitting diode (LED) lighting products and systems as well as its fiber optic lighting product line for use in commercial, architectural, signage, swimming pool and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) lighting applications. The Company derives its revenues primarily from sales of Savi brand LED lighting systems and controls and Super Vision fiber optic brand of products. The Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Advanced Lighting Systems, LLC serves the entertainment, theatrical and commercial lighting market through its LiveLED and eLUM LED lighting systems and controls and Advanced Lighting Fiber Optics brand of products. In May 2008, the Company completed the acquisition of LED lighting manufacturer, Lumificient Corporation.
Governor Kasich Announces Ten-Fold Boost to Ohio's Broadband Network; Ohio's High-Speed Network Will Lead Nation in Unprecedented Statewide Initiative to Advance Cutting Edge Research and Job Creation
Ohio will soon see a ten-fold boost to its broadband network speeds, which will benefit research and job-creating assets statewide. Governor John R. Kasich made the announcement at his State of the State address in Steubenville, Ohio today, highlighting the first ever state-led initiative that will leverage astonishing network speeds of 100 Gigabits (Gbps) per second to advance research and job growth across Ohio's medical research, higher education, manufacturing, engineering and technology networking corridors."This is a game changer for Ohio. These almost unfathomable speeds are highly sought by leading researchers and job creators in competitive markets around the world," Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Jim Petro said. "This will solidify Ohio's standing as a technology leader thanks to the vision of our many public and private partners."Under a recently approved agreement with Cisco and Juniper, Ohio will invest approximately $10 million to harness new innovative technology that will, in essence, "open the faucet" of Ohio's current broadband infrastructure, over 1,800 miles of fiber, from its current 10 Gbps capacity to 100 Gbps. At this speed, every one of Ohio's 1.8 million enrolled K-12 students could download an eBook simultaneously in just over two minutes.This expansion leverages the fiber optic network operated by OARnet, a member of the Ohio Board of Regents Ohio Technology Consortium. The 100 Gbps network will connect Ohio's major metropolitan areas to northern and southern connection points of Internet2, a nationwide advanced networking consortium led by the research and education community, spanning U.S. and international institutions who are leaders in the worlds of research, academia, industry and government.For the network, $8.1 million will fund hardware development for Phase 1, which will connect Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton and Toledo by June 2012 and Phase 2 markets of Akron, Athens and Youngstown by October 2012.Ohio public and private partners also will invest $2.3 million in a state-of-the-art innovation center that will enable and test 100 Gbps technologies and promote the development of compelling broadband, software and advanced technology applications. Located at The Ohio State University, the center will operate in research collaboration with Internet2, NSF-Future Internet Infrastructure (GENI), UC-Berkeley and other national laboratories.Today's groundbreaking announcement is well received from many companies and organizations that currently utilize Ohio's robust technology resources:Tom Lange, Procter & Gamble's Director of Corporate Research and Development Modeling and Simulation: "This is a big win for Ohio. It puts us on the 21st Century Digital Highway, which will help big businesses, mid-sized companies and small developing firms. At P&G, Ohio's Supercomputing capacity and the high-speed network that supports it, allows P&G to model and simulate our products, and production systems, thus lowering costs and improving consumers experiences with our products. For small and mid-sized Ohio companies, many of which are P&G suppliers, this game changing 'data highway' upgrade gives them greater access to and use of modeling & simulation that can improve their products and thus help their businesses grow and to compete globally."Dr. Philip Payne, Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Biomedical Informatics at The Ohio State University and Executive Director for the Center for IT Innovation in Healthcare: "Analyzing complex genomic information in order to deliver healthcare informed by the most up to date science consumes massive amounts of data. Until now, the speed and capacity needed to transmit this data between research facilities and healthcare systems throughout the state was non-existent and we had to physically ship large external hard drives between institutions. At these new speeds and bandwidth, we will now be able to transmit enormous genomic data sets with the click of a button to anyone connected to the network in just minutes. This is an incredible technological breakthrough for the medical research and clinical care communities, and will lead to improvements in health for every Ohioan."Caroline Whitacre, Vice President for Research for The Ohio State University: "Ohio's research broadband backbone is already the envy of many other states. Accelerating its capacity to 100 Gbps will make Ohio even more attractive to medical research, manufacturing, engineering and other technology sectors. This will put Ohio far ahead of the pack in university research collaboration and competition for federal grants."
Australia: T.C. Communications Owns Trademark for 'REMOTE LINK DATA FROM THE EDGE'
Class/es: 9 [Ground based apparatus for controlling satellites; apparatus for receiving satellite broadcast signals; satellite broadcasting apparatus; satellite communication apparatus; intercommunication satellites; audiovisual apparatus for use in satellite broadcasting; earth satellites for use in telecommunications; earth satellites for use in earth observation; apparatus for localisation for vehicles via satellites; navigation systems using satellite reference; target trackers (satellite); target surveillance apparatus (satellite); transmitting apparatus for satellite broadcast; surveillance apparatus; video surveillance apparatus; remote monitoring apparatus; broadband data interconnecting computer installations; high capacity broadband telecommunications switching apparatus; computer software (online, recorded and downloadable), computer programs (online, recorded and downloadable), computer firmware, computer hardware, hand held computers, wearable computers; computer networks; scientific, optical, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision) apparatus; computer peripherals, replacement parts and accessories for computers; audio, video and data cables, wires and connectors; digital apparatus; telecommunications apparatus; electrical and telecommunication cables; data communications apparatus; apparatus for data communications between computers; communications networks; communications programmes; communications systems; communications electronics for computers; communications carriers; communications devices; communications processors; data communications receivers; digital telecommunications instruments; memory apparatus for telecommunications network management; mobile data communications apparatus; apparatus for telephone networks; automatic telephone exchange apparatus; cellular mobile telephones; radiotelephone apparatus; switchboards for telephone exchanges; telephones for vehicles; telecommunications circuit board units; fibre optic telecommunications apparatus; fibre optics communications installations for use with electronic apparatus and instruments; fibre optics communications installations for use with computers; fibre optic cable; fibre optical elements; fibre optic apparatus; cabling networks (installations) incorporating fibre optic cables; terminals (connectors) for optical fibres; optical data media; wireless apparatus; wireless communication apparatus; wireless transmitters; local area networks; crossover networks for audio apparatus; network management apparatus; ethernet adapters; multiport controllers; multiport transceivers; modems; communication modems; fibre optic modems; multiplexers; telecommunications multiplexers; electronic video multiplexer; video local area network controllers; video communications instruments; computer aided facsimile apparatus; computer programs for use with facsimile apparatus; electrical devices for communication by facsimile; electronic facsimile mailing apparatus; facsimile terminals; voice facsimile communication apparatus; radio facsimile apparatus; portable radio-telephones; radio transceivers for use in radio telephones; radio transmitters; safety monitoring apparatus (electric); sensors for monitoring buildings against unauthorised access; video cameras adapted for monitoring purposes; warning indicating apparatus (other than for vehicles); instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; including instructional materials sold together with the aforesaid goods, accessories, parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods allowed in this class] and 38 [Communications services including but not limited to electronic, digital, cellular, fibre optic and wireless communication services; telecommunications services; mobile telecommunication services; mobile radio communication services; cellular telephone communication; wireless transmission of digital data; communication by electronic means; telecommunication and (wireless) data communication, by means of multimedia or otherwise, including but not limited to videotext, the Internet, GSM and WAO; communication of information by satellite; communication services for the electronic transmission of voices; broadcasting, including over a global computer network; broadcasting services including but not limited to data, cable, satellite, radio, telephone and television broadcasting services; provision of electronic communications facilities; leasing and rental of data communications and communications equipment; paging and messaging services, including: radio, telephone or other means of electronic communication; video conference services; providing user access to global positioning signals for navigation purposes; transmission of global positioning signals for navigation purposes; secure and non secure telecommunication services for navigation systems, route planners and the use of electronic maps; telecommunication services for the communication with means of transport; car telephone communications services; operation of local area networks; electronic message services; provision of access to electronic messaging systems; facsimile transmission; paging services (radio, telephone or other means of electronic communication); operating of electronic communications networks; web portal services providing user access to a global computer network; provision of supplying Internet access; Internet portal services; provision of electronic data links; webcasting (broadcasting over a global computer network); providing online facilities for real-time interaction with other computer users; providing online chat rooms and electronic bulletin boards for transmission of messages among users; preparation of reports relating to communications; telecommunications consultancy and advice; technical consultation concerning all services mentioned above; providing information, including by electronic means and via a global computer network, about all of the aforesaid services]
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