SFP Series forty-sixth Week News Abstract 4

2011-11-07 17:44:03

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.

Corning Cable Systems to provide passive optical systems for Astanatelecom FTTH Pilot
Corning Cable Systems GmbH & Co KG, part of Corning Inc.’s Telecommunications segment, will supply its passive optical systems to Astanatelecom to bring fiber to the home (FTTH) to the residents of Astana, the capital and second largest city of Kazakhstan.Astanatelecom plans to connect 1,000 single-family units in the growing city of Astana. Corning’s flexible, interchangeable Evolant Solutions for FTTx Networks help to make SFU deployments easier and faster with preterminated solutions, no-epoxy/no-polish connectors, and Corning’s bend-insensitive ClearCurve singlemode fiber.“We're excited to have this opportunity to deploy Corning's top-quality, fiber-optic solutions for our new network,” says Abylai Seitzhanov, technical director of Astanatelecom. “This fiber-optic network will virtually 'future-proof' these communities, enabling them to access state-of-the-art broadband services.”Corning's Evolant Solutions for FTTx Networks enable customers to deploy fiber in the last mile, says a spokesperson.
Midcontinent Communications teams with Clearfield to bring fiber to Upper Midwest
Midcontinent Communications, in response to a bandwidth surge in the Upper Midwest, is ramping up its fiber to the premises (FTTp) offerings with Clearfield Inc.’s scalable fiber systems, which will service 250,000 customers in North and South Dakota and parts of Minnesota.Midcontinent Communications is a provider of cable television, local and long distance telephone service, broadband Internet access, and cable advertising services. Its service area covers more than 240 communities--most of which have burgeoning bandwidth needs.Clearfield, which designs and manufactures fiber distribution and management products, is located in Plymouth, Minnesota. Midcontinent was an early adopter of Clearfield's Clearview xPAK Cassette fiber management product.The xPAK, which is engineered to land small port count fiber terminations and optical components as conveniently and inexpensively as possible, was tailor-made for Midcontinent's needs."We had looked for a long time to find a cost-effective product where we could terminate only 2 ports--versus 12 or 24. Clearfield came up with the solution. xPAK is the perfect solution for multiple Fiber-to-the-Business applications. We're using it in business parks, for business customers where we need to use small count fibers. We're using it as a building entrance terminal in a wall mount patch panel. It's also worked for us in a couple of locations as a transition box, where we provided services to wireless companies,” says a Brian Hanson, commercial construction manager for Midcontinent Communications.Clearfield's FieldSmart Fiber Delivery Point (FDP) PON-in-a-PED is another scalable system embraced by Midcontinent. Designed to allow for FTTp rollouts without a large initial capital expense, it is a cost-effective and flexible option for fiber deployment.  The company also has adopted Clearfield's rack-mounted patch panels. "From our perspective, they're small and take up less space. They're easier to use. The guys in the field like them a lot, so they request them more. Like the xP
Deutsche Telekom outlines FTTH, LTE plans
Deutsche Telekom used the CeBIT show in Hanover, Germany, as a platform to discuss its plans for next-generation fiber to the home (FTTH) and LTE wireless network expansions. As many as 160,000 households in 10 German cities will be connected via FTTH this year, Deutsche Telekom says. The German carrier asserts its network upgrades will enable downstream speeds of 1 Gbps and upstream speeds of 500 Mbps. "Our decision to expand the fiber-optic network in Germany proves our commitment to our home market. With today’s launch of the expansion program, we are systematically executing our strategy," said Niek Jan van Damme, the member of the Board of Management at Deutsche Telekom AG responsible for business in Germany, on February 28. "Only through an intelligent mixture of technologies from wireless and landline networks can we offer our customers fast connections, high quality and attractive prices."“Selected districts” within the cities of Braunschweig, Brühl, Hanover, Hennigsdorf, Neu-Isenburg, Kornwestheim, Mettmann, Offenburg, Potsdam, and Rastatt will see FTTH connections this year, Deutsche Telekom announced.Echoing other Tier 1 carriers in Europe (and elsewhere for that matter), van Damme cited a friendly regulatory environment as essential to the success of the planned roll out. "It must be possible to use all existing infrastructure, such as cable conduits from other grid industries or even building networks, to save costs and capture synergy potential. We also have to avoid a patchwork of local fiber-optic networks in Germany, which means the industry has to agree to mutual, open network access," he said.Meanwhile, the company says its overall expansion philosophy envisions a combination of technologies that matches fiber optics and copper lines with broadband wireless technologies such as HSPA+, LTE, and WLANs.Along these lines, Deutsche Telekom deployed added the first LTE mobile base station in Germany to its network, in Kyritz in Brandenburg, last August. In addition, in the past year the company boosted large parts of its HSPA/UMTS network to a top speed of 21 Mbps, while increasing coverage by more than 10 percent, now reaching 83 percent of the population. Marketing of the matching data rates will begin in the second quarter.Deutsche Telekom will expand its HSPA/UMTS network further in 2011, doubling available bandwidth in the entire network to up to 42 Mbpss by the end of the year. Even more speed is promised by LTE technology, based on 1.8 and 2.6 GHz frequency bands. The target is up to 100 Mbit/s. This new technology will be provided to selected business customers in the early summer of 2011 on a test basis. In addition, Cologne will receive near-total LTE coverage, based on the 1.8 and 2.6 GHz frequency bands, and made available to consumers. The LTE stick from Huawei is the first 4G device Deutsche Telekom will employ.
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