SFP series forty-fourth Week News Abstract 9
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.
Arrowhead Electric to offer GPON FTTH with Calix E7
Arrowhead Electric Cooperative, Inc. will deploy the EXA Powered Calix E7 Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP) and the Calix 700GE family of optical network terminals (ONTs) in a GPON rollout funded by the broadband stimulus program, Calix Inc. (NYSE: CALX) says. The co-op plans to offer video, voice, and broadband speeds of up to 100 Mbps to underserved and unserved residences, businesses, and anchor institutions of Cook County in northeastern Minnesota via FTTH."It had become increasingly clear to the residents and businesses of Cook County that our tourism industry could suffer if we couldn't offer adequate broadband widely," said Joe Buttweiler, director of member services at Arrowhead Electric. "With this broadband stimulus award, we are bringing one of the nation's most advanced communications infrastructures to our region. Broadband services have become a necessity for the well-being of our county, and we're excited to have the opportunity to work with Calix to bring a reliable, resilient, and future-ready fiber access network to the residents of Cook County." Arrowhead Electric received more than $16.7 million in awarded funds for the total project. The funding includes an $11.3 million grant, a $4.8 million loan, and $600,000 in matching funds. The co-op also arranged additional local sales tax grant funding in an amount up to $4 million from Cook County.The new GPON broadband infrastructure is expected to serve approximately 11,363 people, 138 businesses, and 63 community institutions in Cook County. More than 1,100 households and businesses have already pre-registered to join the priority waiting list for the service, Calix reports."The combination of Arrowhead Electric and Cook County has emerged as a premier example of what a strong public/private partnership can achieve," said John Colvin, senior vice president of North American field sales and marketing at Calix. "Each party brought a unique set of skills and resources to the table, and the result was an awarded stimulus project that we expect will be truly transformative to the region."
Polar Communications deploys Calix indoor ONTs
Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX) says that Polar Communications, an incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC) that serves more than 12,000 subscribers in North Dakota and Minnesota, has deployed Calix 716GE-I indoor optical network terminals (ONTs) and B6 Ethernet Service Access Nodes (ESANs). The deployment covers more than 1000 homes in Cavalier, ND, with Active Ethernet technology deployed across the B6 ESAN and terminated inside the subscriber’s home on the 716GE-I. The systems are part of the Calix Unified Access portfolio.Polar also has deployed GENBAND C15 Compact Softswitches to support the delivery of Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) voice over internet protocol (VoIP) services. The ability to support MGCP services is a new feature of the Unified Access line, which complements the line’s support of SIP and H.248 for VoIP.The ILEC also will use the Calix CMS Release 11.2 to provide a common management and provisioning system.“Polar is extremely excited to benefit from the now expanded and truly integrated Unified Access portfolio,” said David Dunning, general manager and CEO of Polar. “The combination of being able to leverage our existing C15 Softswitch with the B6 ESAN, which we already have deployed across our network, and benefit from the unique features of the 716GE-I indoor ONT, provides an extremely powerful option for us. The real winners are our member subscribers, who receive a truly compelling broadband services experience across one of the nation’s most advanced broadband infrastructures.”
Venus Telephone deploys Zhone MXK in GPON FTTH network
Zhone Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZHNE) says that Venus Telephone will deploy the MXK multi-service access platform as its primary GPON access platform in a new fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network.Located in Venus, PA, Venus Telephone will begin delivering GPON-enabled triple-play services such as high-speed Internet access, VoIP, and IP video services to local businesses and consumers in a 54 square mile radius via its new MXK hardware."Our customers – residential and commercial – are now demanding more and more bandwidth," noted John Keister, vice president of Venus. "We needed a solution to address our bandwidth requirements, along with any new demands that may arise in the future, in a cost-effective manner. We chose Zhone's access solution due to its impressive density, switching capacity, and the small footprint offered by eight-port GPON cards. The MXK also gives us superior scale, effective network management capabilities, and overall system flexibility to support multiples services in the same chassis."Venus also will use the MXK to deliver T1s and SHDSL Ethernet in the first mile services for businesses, Zhone says.
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