Broadband Communities

JUL 2016

BROADBAND COMMUNITIES is the leading source of information on digital and broadband technologies for buildings and communities. Our editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises.

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32 | BROADBAND COMMUNITIES | | JULY 2016 FIBER-TO-THE-HOME TOP 100 LIST ADSL, VDSL with bonding and vectoring, FTTx (GPON, EPON) and Wi-Fi (802.11n and 802.11ac), as well as wireless network extenders and repeaters, home networking adapters (MoCA, and Gigabit Ethernet) and wireless display (Wi-Fi Miracast solutions). Customers include many of North America's leading service providers, school districts, enterprises and more. Privately held Actiontec is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, and maintains branch offices in Colorado Springs, Colorado; Shanghai, China; and Taipei, Taiwan. ADTRAN 256-963-8000 Key Products: Solutions for FTTH, Carrier Ethernet, packet optical transport, mobile backhaul, service migration and service management Summary: ADTR AN is one of the fastest-growing FTTH vendors globally. Its solutions enable broadband expansion, IPTV video deployment, business Ethernet service delivery, cell site and small-cell backhaul and converged network services. e advanced packet network infrastructure of the company's flagship Total Access 5000 platform delivers fiber and copper access services across a pure Ethernet core, allowing mixed deployments of GPON (including NG- PON2), active Ethernet, vectored VDSL2 and traditional T1 services. For services that require strict service-level agreements, the Total Access 5000 also provides MEF-based Carrier Ethernet services over wavelength, OTN, fiber, copper and TDM. In May 2015, ADTR AN announced a breakthrough in the economics of delivering FTTP service based on NG-PON2 architecture. ADTR AN's implementation of this 10 Gbps symmetrical, standards-based technology allows for simultaneous delivery of residential, business and backhaul applications on the same infrastructure using different optical transceivers. is year, ADTR AN is conducting XGS-PON trials with several 10 Gbps broadband customers. ADTR AN is based in Huntsville, Alabama, and had 2015 sales of approximately $600 million. Advanced Media Technologies 954-427-5711; 888-293-5856 Key Products: Fiber optic transmission equipment, cable modem termination systems, headends, IP and QAM set- top boxes, cable modems Summary: Advanced Media Technologies (AMT), a value- added reseller of high-performance broadband products, offers a complete line of FTTH, IPTV, data and CATV products. AMT specializes in prebuilt headends and data over DOCSIS solutions. It offers products from such leading manufacturers as Adtec, Nokia, Amino, ARRIS, ATX Networks, Blonder Tongue, Casa, Drake, EGT, Emcore, Harmonic, Olson Technology, Imagine Communications and ZeeVee. Customers include major cable companies in the United States and Latin America, telcos, private cable operators and entertainment and multimedia content delivery companies around the world. Located in Deerfield Beach, Fla., AMT is a subsidiary of ITOCHU International, the North American subsidiary of ITOCHU Corporation of Japan. AFL 864-433-0333; 800-235-3423 Key Products: Fiber optic cable, fiber and copper interconnect products, optical connectivity, outside-plant hardware, fusion splicers, test equipment, training, design, engineering, integration Summary: AFL products, services and engineering expertise help broadband providers improve their infrastructures and enable delivery of voice, video and high-speed data communications. AFL's product line includes fiber optic cable, connectivity, fiber management, outside-plant closures, demarcation devices, fusion splicers, test equipment and Light Brigade training and education. AFL plans, designs, implements and maintains communications networks, offering solutions for MDU and master-planned community networks as well as for telephone, cable TV and wireless providers; utilities; hospitality companies and enterprises. In March 2016, AFL expanded its FTTx portfolio with the release of its MDU product set. e new MDU products offer preconnectorized and splicing solutions to reduce the physical size of indoor splitter cabinets and terminals and to reduce overall installed cost. Founded in 1984, AFL is headquartered in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and is a division of Fujikura Ltd. e company has more than 4,300 associates around the world and has operations in the United States, Mexico, Europe, Asia and Australia. Allied Telesis 800-424-4284 Key Products: Access network equipment that delivers services to 40 Gigabit Ethernet; IP/Ethernet switching and routing equipment; home networking solutions; security solutions; deployment and operation of IP networks Summary: Allied Telesis is a global provider of IP/Ethernet network equipment and a deployer and an operator of IP

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