SFP Series forty-eighth Week News Abstract 5
Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
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Alcatel-Lucent touts GPON win with China Unicom
Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) says it is not just any supplier, but the largest supplier to China Unicom’s fiber to the home (FTTH) broadband deployment in China. The firm will supply GPON equipment to 29 provinces as part of its effort to connect millions of households in China with high-speed Internet access and multimedia services.Ericsson is also providing GPON equipment to China Unicom in “more than 10 provinces” (see “Ericsson supplies GPON gear to China Unicom”). The contracts illustrate the growing popularity of GPON technology in China.With this deployment, China Unicom will be able to offer subscribers speeds of up to 100 Mbps, with guaranteed quality of service levels that will support delivery of a wide range of consumer and business services including IPTV, video-on-demand, and VoIP.Rajeev Singh-Molares, president, Asia-Pacific at Alcatel-Lucent said: “This project represents another major milestone in the rapid expansion of broadband in China. It also demonstrates our strong and growing leadership position in the FTTx market as we help accelerate availability of superfast broadband throughout China.”The technology Alcatel-Lucent will provide to China Unicom comprises the 7360 Intelligent Services Access Manager (ISAM) FX – the company’s highest capacity fiber access platform. The 7360 ISAM FX provides simultaneous support for the all major broadband delivery technologies including GPON, EPON, and point-to-point fiber, and enables both FTTH and FTTB deployment models.Alcatel-Lucent is also a major supplier of GPON to China’s other main operators: China Telecom and China Mobile. (see “China Mobile, China Telecom select Alcatel-Lucent FTTH/FTTB PON deployments”).
Huawei unveils 40G PON prototype
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd. claims to have produced the industry’s first 40G PON prototype. The system was jointly tested and certified by Huawei and the China Telecom Beijing Research Institute earlier this month.The 40G PON system is backwards compatible with legacy GPON/XG-PON optical distribution networks, but scales up capacity to 40 Gbps downstream and 10 Gbps upstream. The system also supports optical splitting ratios of up to 1:512 and a transmission reach of 20 km. Huawei says its 40G PON system will enable telecom operators to integrate future upgrade cycles into existing GPON deployment plans, offering them more control over the total cost of operation throughout the entire life cycle of an optical access network."Huawei's 40G PON system is highly compatible with existing GPON and XG-PON systems and its transmission convergence layer maximally leverages existing GPON and XG-PON structures," said Dr. Frank J. Effenberger, Huawei’s chief optical access technology expert. "We are pleased to note that Huawei’s solution has gained wide-ranging support from international standardization organizations like FSAN and ITU-T."Earlier this year Ericsson touted a 40G PON system, but this is based on WDM-PON technology resulting from its joint venture LG-Ericsson (see "Ericsson launches 40-Gbps WDM-PON platform").
Peetz Cooperative Telephone to deploy ADTRAN TA 5000 in broadband stimulus project
ADTRAN Inc. (NASDAQ:ADTN) says that Peetz Cooperative Telephone Co., an independent telephone cooperative serving rural Colorado, will leverage ADTRAN’s Total Access 5000 Multi-Service Access and Aggregation Platform (MSAP) in its broadband stimulus project.Peetz Cooperative Telephone received the first announced broadband stimulus award to fund the project. The company serves a 196 square mile exchange in the northeast corner of Colorado and has been in operation since 1918.“We needed a highly flexible and scalable access platform that would not only meet the needs of today, but allow us to continue to deliver state-of-the-art services well into the future – ADTRAN’s Total Access 5000 was the perfect fit,” said Brent Davis, Peetz Cooperative Telephone. “Not only does the Total Access 5000 protect our investment by giving us the ability to add bandwidth as needed with virtually unlimited backplane capacity, but ADTRAN stands behind its products with superior warranties and outstanding support.”
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