SFP Series forty-seventh Week News Abstract 4

2011-11-14 17:12:08

Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
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Lithuania’s TEO announces fiber to the business investments
DECEMBER 13, 2010 -- TEO LT AB of Lithuania says it plans to invest more than LTL 15 million ($5.8 million) in the next-generation fiber-optic access in business centers and office buildings by the end of 2012. TEO says the investment will make its Internet technologies available to almost 80 percent of the country’s businesses and organizations that have their offices in office buildings.TEO will also use the new infrastructure to support cloud computing services.It is planned that by the end of 2012, TEO fiber-optic access will be installed in more than 1000 buildings. This year, the fiber-optic network is most actively developed in Vilnius, Kaunas and Šiauliai. In these cities alone, by the end of December, TEO fiber-optic access will be installed in more than 200 office buildings.In 2011, the overall investments of TEO in the FTTH network, which is being expanded in 50 cities in Lithuania, will reach more than LTL 70 million ($6.58 million), while the total amount of investments planned by the company next year will be over LTL 150 million ($58 million).
Bouygues Telecom, SFR to collaborate of FTTH deployment
DECEMBER 13, 2010 -- French carriers Bouygues Telecom and SFR have signed a co-investment agreement for deployment of fiber to the home (FTTH) infrastructure in certain cities.Both carriers use GPON technology, a factor that helps make the collaboration possible.The agreement calls for the two carriers to pool their investments in fiber-optic horizontal networks that are deployed between their points of presence and buildings. The agreement will allow both operators to accelerate and expand the deployment of FTTH, they say.SFR already has deployed FTTH services in several communities, and plans to expand that offering in 2011. Bouygues Telecom plans to begin its own FTTH-based offerings in the second half of 2011.ARCEP, the French telecommunications authority, announced its approval of the deal."This agreement is the expression of a new entrant's (Bouygues Telecom) proactive approach and capacity to invest in a lasting fashion in ultra-fast broadband fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) infrastructure, and so confirming the relevance of the regulatory choices introduced by ARCEP in the decision it adopted late last year," read a statement posted on ARCEP's website."In the coming days, ARCEP will be adopting a corollary decision whose purpose is to define the main rules governing ultra-fast broadband FTTH rollouts in the entire country, outside of high-density areas. This will provide the French market with a complete regulatory framework for ultra high-speed optical fibre deployments that will allow stakeholders to extend their investments to the whole of France," the statement concluded.
Vodafone Qatar adds FTTH to mobile with Alcatel-Lucent
DECEMBER 7, 2010 -- Vodafone Qatar has selected Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) as its sole supplier in its expansion from mobile service provision into the fixed broadband market. Vodafone Qatar plans to offer customers an integrated service, encompassing fixed and mobile, by constructing a fiber to the home (FTTH) network that will use both GPON and point-to-point Ethernet technologies.Alcatel-Lucent, alongside other companies, will deploy the FTTH network; Alcatel-Lucent’s IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) platform will then be used to link the new FTTH infrastructure with Vodafone Qatar’s existing mobile network.Vodafone Qatar expects the new FTTH infrastructure will support services to be offered seamlessly through fixed and mobile connections without excessive cost or complexity. Users will receive uninterrupted service and synchronization of enabling applications such as virtual office and VoIP, with unified billing and charging.In addition to equipment, lcatel-Lucent will provide managed services, network integration, and project management expertise for the converged fixed and mobile network.“Vodafone Qatar continues to be committed to bring innovations to our customers and to become the most admired brand in the country. Partnering with Alcatel-Lucent, we will now look to extend our service offerings across Qatar to fixed broadband -- a major area of growth for our company,” said Jenny Howe, CTO, Vodafone Qatar.
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