SFP Series forty-seventh Week News Abstract 2

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Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
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Palmetto Rural Telephone Cooperative selects Calix E7 for regional GPON
DECEMBER 6, 2010 -- Calix, Inc. (NYSE:CALX) says that Palmetto Rural Telephone Cooperative (PRTC) of Walterboro, SC, will deploy the Calix E7 Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP) and a variety of Calix 700GX optical network terminals (ONTs) in its new GPON FTTH/FTTB network.Upgrading its entire network infrastructure from copper- to fiber-based services, PRTC will use GPON technology to deliver such broadband services as IPTV, ultra high-speed data services capable of up to 1 Gbps to the home or business, and voice over IP services. PRTC also plans to widely use GPON for mobile backhaul.In total, over 9500 homes, 150 businesses, and a multiple cell towers in the region will benefit from this seven-year phased initiative, Calix asserts.“As we looked to the future of broadband demands in the communities that we serve, it was clear that we needed to pull ‘Fiber Forward’ throughout our network and replace our copper infrastructure with state-of-the-art fiber access technology,” said Tony Stout, plant operations manager at PRTC. “We see Calix as the clear leader in fiber access technology and deployments, and the modular E7 and broad portfolio of Calix optical network terminals (ONTs) as well-suited for the diverse service requirements of our community. The real winners will be the residents and businesses of Colleton and Bamberg counties, who richly deserve a premium service experience as good as any big city in the country, and a flexible fiber access infrastructure capable of continuing to meet their emerging demands far, far into the future.”
Calix joins VDSL vectoring trend
Calix Inc. (NYSE: CALX) is the latest company to announce support of VDSL2 vectoring. At the Calix User Conference in Las Vegas, the company unveiled new VDSL2 line cards for two members of its Unified Access portfolio, the E7-2 Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP) and the B-Series Ethernet Service Access Nodes (ESANs). The former will receive the vectoring upgrade.Vectoring is a noise cancellation technology that can extend the bandwidth capacity and reach of VDSL2 networks. It's benefits are most pronounced when paired with pair bonding. Alcatel-Lucent in September announced its intention to provide vectoring support on several ISAM platforms (see "Alcatel-Lucent offers VSDL2 vectoring to support 100-Mbps services"). Other companies, such as Huawei, have similar capabiilties in development.The new product announcements included:Two new Ethernet eXtensible Architecture (EXA) Powered VDSL2 lines cards for the E7-2 ESAP with what Calix asserts are industry-leading density and flexibility. The cards offer support for up to 96 VDSL2 combo ports or 48 overlay ports with support for both bonding and vectoring, two 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) ports, and two ports capable of GbE or 2.5-Gbps service delivery in a two card slot, one rack unit (1RU), modular chassis-based form factor.A new VDSL2 combo card for the Calix B-Series ESANs, featuring 48 VDSL combo ports with bonding support and ADSL2+ fallback, as well as four 10 GbE ports for optimal uplink capacity in a 1RU card.With these additions to the Unified Access portfolio, Calix says it can offer the widest array of advanced DSL products in the market -- from small, fixed-form-factor products to large high-density chassis, and a variety of modular cabinet retrofits and sealed access nodes in between. The new VDSL2 combo card, the B6-256, is already being deployed widely says Calix, including with longtime B6 customer Rural Telephone/Nex-Tech in rural Kansas. The communications provider is deploying the B6-256 line card to increase subscriber data rates in existing ADSL2+ service areas. VDSL2 services can be rolled out by simply installing the card into existing B6 systems, requiring no additional equipment changes or capital expenditures, Calix says."It is critical to the success of our communities and local businesses that they receive the same or better broadband services in rural Kansas as they would in any major city," said Larry Sevier, CEO and general manager at Rural Telephone/Nex-Tech. "By introducing VDSL2 into the Rural Telephone/Nex-Tech network, we are able to easily leverage our existing copper infrastructure to deliver greatly increased broadband capacity to our customers. The B6-256 line card is not only aligned with our service strategy, it continues to validate our long-term investment in the B6 platform."
MonCre Telephone moves to Active Ethernet with ADTRAN
ADTRAN Inc. (NASDAQ: ADTN) says that MonCre Telephone Cooperative, a telephony, broadband, and ISP based in Ramer, AL, will use ADTRAN's Total Access 5000 platform to migrate its infrastructure to Active Ethernet fiber to the home (FTTH).With the first phase of deployment already begun, MonCre is now able to deliver high-speed broadband and IP telephony services to residential customers, plus business Ethernet services to small and medium business customers.  When the upgrade is complete, MonCre will have approximately doubled its network capacity to support high-bandwidth triple-play and Ethernet services to 100% of its residential and business customers in Montgomery, Crenshaw, Pike and Bullock counties. In the future, MonCre plans to deploy ADTRAN’s modular Ethernet access gateway, the NetVanta 8044M in combination with the Total Access 5000 to create an end-to-end Ethernet access product for cell-site backhaul. "ADTRAN is a trusted, strategic partner for MonCre Telephone, having supplied key technology in support of our business voice services for years. As we moved forward with our evolution plans to an all-IP network, selecting ADTRAN was a natural extension of that relationship," said David Hubbard, general manager, MonCre Telephone. "The ability to leverage ADTRAN’s complete product portfolio with all of the benefits that brings to our network, combined with world-class technology solutions, made it an easy decision to move to an all-ADTRAN network infrastructure."
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