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Dah Sing Bank selects Cisco for Hong Kong’s largest Metro Ehernet banking network – International – Hong Kong’s Dah Sing Financial Holdings selects equipment from Cisco Systems for Metro Ethernet network

Dah Sing Bank selects Cisco for Hong Kong’s largest Metro Ehernet banking network – International – Hong Kong’s Dah Sing Financial Holdings selects equipment from Cisco Systems for Metro Ethernet network – Brief Article Hong Kong’s Dah Sing Financial Holdings (DSFH) has chosen equipment from Cisco Systems for a Metro Ethernet network linking 43 branches […]

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Atrica expands family of Carrier-class Optical Ethernet solutions

Atrica expands family of Carrier-class Optical Ethernet solutions Reinforcing its leadership position in the rapidly expanding Metro networking market, Optical Ethernet equipment provider Atrica announced three additions to its revolutionary suite of Optical Ethernet Systems. The first solutions purpose-built to meet the requirements of service providers who are building the next generation of Metro networks, […]

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Sri Lanka tries to seize Indian ship after Internet down due to submarine cable damage

Sri Lanka tries to seize Indian ship after Internet down due to submarine cable damage Sri Lankan authorities tried to seize an Indian ship Wednesday and sought US$5 million in damages, accusing the ship of breaking the undersea fiber optic cable that connects the tropical island’s main Internet links to the rest of the world. […]

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Alloptic, OFS bring fiber to Georgia

Alloptic, OFS bring fiber to Georgia Alloptic Inc., a pioneer in the development and deployment of Ethernet passive optical networks (ePONs), and OFS, a designer, manufacturer, and supplier of leading-edge fiber-optic products, together announced that iCornerstone Inc. has deployed the Alloptic access network with OFS fiber cable in two of their premier communities–The Reserve and […]

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Nortel to build Boeing network

Nortel to build Boeing network – Networks The Boeing Company has awarded an estimated US$20 million contract to Nortel Networks to build a private nationwide optical network based on DWDM and next generation SONET technology. Boeing plans to deploy Nortel Networks OPTera Long Haul 1600 Optical Line Systems and OPTera Metro 3500 Multiservice Platform in […]

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Massachusetts town looks to future of fiber

Massachusetts town looks to future of fiber A divided Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant Commission (TMLP) took a baby step in its decision whether to invest tens of millions of dollars to bring fiber optics to every home in its service area. The commission voted two-to-one to give an in-house team the go-ahead to draft a […]

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Specialty fibers for in-house and sales purposes, $ millions

http://www.looksmart.com/ http://www.findarticles.com/ FindArticles > Fiber Optics Weekly Update > August 6, 2004 > Article > Print friendly Specialty fibers for in-house and sales purposes, $ millions Specialty fibers for in-house and sales purposes, $ millions [GRAPHIC OMITTED] Source: ElectroniCast See article on page 8 COPYRIGHT 2004 Information Gatekeepers, Inc. COPYRIGHT 2004 Gale Group

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VPIsystems announces winner for VPI speed up Photonics contest; winner, Pascual Munoz, presented with $10,000 check at OFC 2002

VPIsystems announces winner for VPI speed up Photonics contest; winner, Pascual Munoz, presented with $10,000 check at OFC 2002 VPIsystems, the provider of product and network lifecycle management software for the communications industry, announced Pascual Munoz, associate lecturer for the Polytechnical University of Valencia, as the winner of the $10,000 VPI Speed Up Photonics Award. […]

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Cable vs. Fiber

Cable vs. Fiber In the titanic battle to control the flow of data to U.S. households, the Bells fight back by offering video via phone lines In the long-running contest for the digital future, cable has been hitting home runs while the telecoms are just coming to bat. In the last eight years, the cable […]

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T-Networks scores early success in development and advancement of next generation Indium Phosphide optical modulators – Business

T-Networks scores early success in development and advancement of next generation Indium Phosphide optical modulators – Business – Brief Article T-Networks announced the company’s entry into the optoelectronics modulator market. T-Networks’ recent InP-based modulator design wins with established, top-tier optical equipment manufacturers in key market segments, including 10 Gbps DWDM, 10 Gbps long-reach, and 40 […]