SFP series forty-fifth Week News Abstract 14

2011-11-05 17:52:39

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.

SureWest adds 5,000 to Olanthe, KS, FTTH target
SureWest Communications (Nasdaq:SURW) says it will increase the number of homes in Olanthe, KS, it plans to connect with fiber to the home (FTTH) in 2011. The target number will rise 5,000, to 15,500 new FTTH home connections, SureWest says.While SureWest said that the success of its current FTTH deployment plans played a large role in the decision to expand its FTTH footprint, it also noted it would be able to take further advantage of Federal tax incentives on new investments made in 2011.SureWest’s projected 2011 capital expenditures will increase from a range of $60-70 million to $65-74 million because of the FTTH increase. Projected capital expenditures for 2012 remain in the $60-70 million range and in the $55-65 million range for 2013, the company added. “Our goal is to reach 35-40% in total penetration on the new fiber homes, and in just a month we have already achieved 18% sales penetration on the first 2,000,” notes Steve Oldham, SureWest’s president and chief executive officer. “In some areas, we are as high as 33%. The acceleration of homes speaks to the confidence we have in our plan and in our employees to continue delivering a strong return on our investments. These types of growth opportunities are expected to generate long-term sustainable free cash flow and additional value for our shareholders.”
Two Colorado Broadband Stimulus winners select Calix access platforms for regional projects
Broadband Stimulus award winners Nunn Telephone Company (Nunn) and Wiggins Telephone Association (WTA) have selected Calix Inc.'s Ethernet Extensible Architecture (EXA) Powered Calix Unified Access platforms and the 700GE family of optical network terminals (ONTs) to bring advanced broadband services to “unserved” and “underserved” communities throughout northern Colorado.The awards, part of the Broadband Initiatives Program (BIP), total more than $9.5 million in overall funds and consist of $6 million in grants and $3.5 million in loans. Costs covered include plant engineering, materials, labor, and other costs, such as access equipment.“By bringing fiber-to-the-premises to our communities, we are enabling the network capacity to not only meet the service requirements of our subscribers today, but also be prepared for more advanced services in the years to come,” explains Greg Grablander, general manager at Nunn. “We see this initiative as laying the foundation for future economic development and improved quality of life in our communities, and positioning our north central Colorado serving area as an alternative to big city living with superior broadband resources. This project is critically important to our region.”“Two years ago, subscribers in the communities targeted by our Stimulus project were begging us for advanced broadband services, but we didn’t have the resources to connect them,” recalls Terry Hendrickson, CEO of WTA. “Our Stimulus award will allow us to bring vital broadband connectivity to these communities, enabling access to a range of new services and fostering economic development.”Subscribers in the regions served by Nunn and WTA will have access to fiber access infrastructure enabled by the EXA Powered C7 Multiservice Access Platform (MSAP) and E7 Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP), as well as the 700GE family of optical network terminals (ONTs). All residential and business services will leverage gigabit passive optical network (GPON) technology for service delivery, and 10 gigabits per second Ethernet (10GE) for services transport. Enabled by Calix systems, these networks will be capable of delivering a full gigabit per second of bandwidth to each home and business, if required, and offer the scalability to meet the broadband demands of subscribers in these communities for the next decade or more, says a representative. Nunn will use its BIP “last mile” award, which consists of $3.9 million in grants and $1.3 million loans, to build an advanced GPON infrastructure to the communities of Nunn and Carr, Colo. The network, engineered around the Calix C7 MSAP, is expected to benefit 200 local businesses and 1,000 individuals. WTA will use its $2.1 million grant and $2.2 million loan to provide high-speed Internet access to hundreds of homes in the Weldon Valley, which includes the towns of Weldona, Goodrich, and Orchard in northeastern Colorado. The company plans to leverage GPON and 10GE transport technologies over the E7 ESAP to offer an advanced bundle of services, including high-speed data services, video, and reliable voice services.
Turkcell Superonline offers 1 Gbps over FTTH
Turkcell (NYSE:TKC, ISE: TCELL) says that its fully owned subsidiary, Superonline, is now offering 1-Gbps Internet service via its fiber to the home (FTTH) network. The service will be offered under the “Turkcell Superonline” brand name. Commented Turkcell CEO Süreyya Ciliv. “Through our investments, amounting to 1.4 billion TRY over the past three years, Turkcell Superonline has continued to pioneer the fiber-optic era in Turkey and increased its contribution to the Turkcell Group. And today, we are proud to provide a 1,000-Mbps Internet speed service in Turkey by continuing under the new brand name of Turkcell Superonline to offer ‘More of Life, and More of Technology’with the synergy set to be created through the power of two large Turkish companies.”Added Turkcell Superonline General Manager Murat Erkan, “In another innovation to redefine standards in Turkey, we have increased the base Internet speed to 20 Mbps from 10 Mbps. In the upcoming period, we will continue our new generation fiber infrastructure investments to provide more advanced technologies.”Turkcell Superonline is present in 73 cities, with more than a 25,000 km of fiber infrastructure, passing almost 700,000 homes. By the end of 2011, the company expects its fiber backbone will have reached 28,000 km, with homes passed increasing to 1 million, across 10 cities. The service provider also has eight international gateways.
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