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HATTERAS NETWORKS INTRODUCES HN6100, INDUSTRY’S FIRST MULTI-SERVICE PLATFORM FOR ETHERNET BUSINESS SERVICES AND MOBILE BACKHAUL OVER COPPER AND FIBER

hatteras-hn6100.jpgModular Hatteras Networks solution helps carriers deploy ubiquitous business Ethernet services and mobile backhaul solutions from single platform


RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, OCTOBER 12, 2009 – Hatteras Networks, the global leader in multi-service Ethernet solutions for enterprise access services and next-generation mobile backhaul, announced today the HN6100, a modular, multi-service platform designed to enable carriers to offer any service, over any media from one compact, ultra-dense chassis. The 40 Gbps, two-rack-unit HN6100 provides unique, simple and flexible support for the complete range of Ethernet business services and mobile backhaul in a pay-as-you-grow platform. This enables a carrier to simplify deployment, integrate management and reduce its number of vendors. more

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The Smartphone OS Battle Intensifies with Key Announcements from AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft and Palm

The Smartphone OS Battle Intensifies with Key Announcements from AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft and Palm


SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 12, 2009 – Market research firm, In-Stat (www.instat.com), believes we are entering a very critical time for smartphone OSs, as exemplified by four major smartphone announcements on October 6 from AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Palm, and Microsoft. more

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Intellifiber Networks Launches Ethernet over Copper Across Entire Network

Intellifiber Now Largest Ethernet over Copper Provider in Mid-Atlantic and Northeast  


ORLANDO – October 12, 2009 – COMPTEL Plus Convention & Expo – Intellifiber Networks, serving the growing network needs of enterprise, service provider and government customers, today announced that it has enabled Ethernet over Copper (EoC) capability throughout its entire network. Intellifiber has more than 400 central offices directly connected to its fiber network, providing dense EoC coverage in markets from Norfolk to Philadelphia to Cleveland. EoC allows Intellifiber to leverage existing copper infrastructure to cost effectively deliver midband Ethernet access directly to customers without having to match demand to legacy circuit sizes.


 


“Ethernet services continue to be a rapidly growing market segment, however widespread adoption has been limited by a lack of Ethernet first mile access,” said Clint Heiden, president of Intellifiber Networks.  more

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