SFP Series forty-ninth Week News Abstract 7
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.
Enablence leaving FTTH systems market
Citing an inability to predict revenue trends for its FTTH Systems Division, on top of revenue declines within the division that have drained the company’s cash reserves, Enablence Technologies Inc. (TSX VENTURE: ENA) announced today that will “explore all strategic alternatives for the most value-enhancing and efficient divestiture of the Systems Division.” The move will enable the company to focus on its more lucrative and stable Optical Components and Subsystems Division.The announcement came as part of Enablence’s release of preliminary results for the quarter ending March 31, 2011. The company preliminarily reported revenues of approximately of $14.7 million, of which $8.2 million derived from the Components Division. Enablence’s reserve of cash and equivalents shrunk by $9 million – more than 50% -- during the quarter, in large part because of the need to prop up the operations of the Systems Division, the company stated.Enablence said that North American and international revenues declined within the Systems Division during the quarter, in part because anticipated orders were deferred to later quarters. “The Company does not believe it is currently able to accurately predict future revenue trends in the Systems Division,” Enablence commented.The divestiture of the systems business, which the company asserted would happen as quickly as possible, will return Enablence to its roots as a supplier of components and subsystems based on planar lightwave circuit (PLC) technology. The company jumped into the FTTH systems market with the acquisition of Wave7 Optics in 2008, followed by the purchase of Pannaway Technologies later in the year.To help fund its new focus, Enablence has entered a non-brokered private placement of common shares worth $10,010,000. Paradigm Capital Inc. and “several" institutional investors have subscribed. Enablence plans to use the funds to expand the Components Division as well as its joint venture with China’s SUNSEA Telecommunications Co. Ltd.
Enablence adds ONTs to TRIDENT7 line
While it seeks to exit the FTTX business (see “Enablence leaving FTTH systems market”), Enablence Technologies, Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ENA) appears ready to keep the product pipeline flowing. For example, the company has just expanded its roster of optical network terminals (ONTs) for its TRIDENT7 Universal Fiber Access Platform.The new indoor Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) E-4020i and indoor Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) G-4021i products are designed to support the deployment of home router and wireless services to residential and business customers. They are targeted at traditional telcos, cable MSOs, and deployers of open access architectures.Features include:Integrated residential gateway features including NAT, firewall and DHCP via software upgrade.Model option to include support for IEEE 802.11n wireless bridging and routing functionality.Deployment options for wall mounting and desktop mounting.1-GHz RF video support for RF overlay (G4021i).Future support for CableLabs DPoE 1.0 (E4020i).Four customer-facing 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports.Two VoIP enabled POTS ports supporting SIP, H.248, and MGCP.“Aesthetically pleasing” enclosure, designed for indoor residential or business deployment.Enhanced service modes to support open access deployments for use with multiple video and voice providers over one network."The market for GPON and EPON solutions worldwide has experienced strong growth and service providers around the world require reliable, cost-effective solutions to help them leverage this technology in their ongoing next-generation network transformation," said Mike Skubisz, president of Enablence Systems Division. "The TRIDENT7, with its unique ability to support both EPON and GPON, coupled with these incredibly feature-rich ONTs, enables operators to deploy the most appropriate fiber access technology for their specific application."
Enablence adds high-density GPON to BroadAccess MSAP
Enablence Technologies, Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ENA) says the new LI-OLT8 Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) service interface module for its BroadAccess Multi-Service Access Platform (MSAP) is now available.The eight-port LI-OLT is designed to support up to 512 optical networking terminals (ONTs) from a single module, or up to 4,608 total subscribers from a single BroadAccess MSAP. It also offers built-in encapsulation, QoS and security, including 4k Port-ID per port, flexible port-ID mapping, dynamic and static T-CONT, upstream/downstream prioritization, and AES encryption."The introduction of this new GPON OLT module for the BroadAccess provides our current and future customers a robust migration path to FTTX," said Mike Skubisz, president of Enablence's Systems Division, which the company plans to divest (see “Enablence leaving FTTH systems market”). "The very definition of broadband is changing as new services and heightened competition drive increasingly bandwidth-intensive network requirements. Faced with this reality, service providers are increasingly turning to GPON-based fiber to the premises (FTTP) as the ultimate broadband solution—delivering the greatest capacity at the lowest ongoing operating cost. Our new LI-OLT8 GPON module gives our customers an important solution to add to their mix of network migration strategies that will lead their infrastructure into the future."
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