SFP series forty-fourth Week News Abstract 4

2011-10-26 17:59:14

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.

Rusnano buys into fiber optic manufacturer
Rusnano has acquired a 47.7% stake in Fiber Optic Systems Closed Joint Stock Company, the state-owned nanotechnology corporation said in a statement. Back in October 2010 Rusnano's supervisory board approved a project to set up fiber optic production using nanotechnologies to improve its mechanical properties.The deal to buy the 48% stake in Fiber Optic Systems was cleared by the Federal Antimonopoly Service in March 2011. Under the investment plan, Rusnano will contribute RUB 1.3bn (approx. USD 41.9m) to the share capital of Fiber Optic Systems, and another RUB 1.6bn (approx. USD 51.6m) will come from other investors.
Metroweb aims to expand fibre network in Central-North Italy'
Italian company Metroweb could end up being the driving force for developing a nationwide fibre optic network, according to Italian news agency 'Adn Kronos'. Because of rocketing costs, difficulties in setting up a public-private partnership and strategic differences of opinion, it is unlikely that the government's plans for setting up a fibre optic network infrastructure with the involvement of the leading telecom operators can now be realised, the agency said. This situation has allowed Metroweb to move forward with its own plans, which are now gathering support from Telecom Italia, Wind and Vodafone, Adn Kronos said. Metroweb aims to replicate its Milan model, where it is the principal owner of the fibre optic network, in other cities of the Central-North with good potential for profitability. With this goal in mind, it aims to enter into negotiations with local utilities from cities such as Bergamo, Brescia, Genoa and Piacenza.
Draka offers free network design software for UK rural broadband
Fiber and cable supplier Draka, part of the Prysmian Group, says it will provide design analysis and simulation studies at no charge for small communities in the UK looking to build a business case to fund superfast broadband projects.“We have been impressed by the enthusiasm of community groups, such as Project Golden Thread in Kent, to connect themselves to fast broadband backbones,” said Edgar Aker, business development manager, Prysmian Group, Telecom Solutions. “Following our continuing sponsorship of the NextGen Broadband Roadshows in the UK and Northern Ireland we increasingly recognize that one of the keys to success lies in the need to establish a robust and convincing business case based upon return on investment (ROI).“FTTH is the only future-proof solution for a symmetrical ultra high bandwidth network when compared with VDSL or satellite transmission, which is extremely asymmetrical and requires large dishes for true, useable bandwidth,” Aker continued. “Today, we are committing to offer Draka’s network design software and experience to benefit local communities in the UK and throughout Europe free of charge.”While services may change frequently, the right passive infrastructure can last between 20-30 years, enabling the active network to be future proofed for three to four years, Draka asserts. From a business case perspective, cost calculation should therefore focus on the passive layer, using accurate design and planning to reduce capital and operational expenditures (capex and opex, respectively).The use of design and planning software and installing the latest products and innovations minimizes risk and significantly lowers the total cost of operations (TCO), Draka adds. The company asserts that its design and planning software creates the most cost-effective and efficient network by automating, sequencing, and simplifying components and processes. By incorporating intelligent mathematical algorithms, users can change parameters and design various network concepts quickly.“With the right tools, passive fiber networks are environment-friendly, quick, and non-disruptive to install, especially for rural communities,“ Aker concludes.
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