Terawave passive optical network equipment deployed in Moscow

23 December 2003 Hayward, CA Lightwave -- Terawave Communications Inc., supplier of converged access solutions, and Golden Line, supplier of leased lines in Moscow, have successfully completed the deployment of Terawave's Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) systems in Moscow. The passive optical networking (PON) system will deliver new services to customers in the districts of Mitino and Tushino.

23 December 2003 Hayward, CA Lightwave -- Terawave Communications Inc., supplier of converged access solutions, and Golden Line, supplier of leased lines in Moscow, have successfully completed the deployment of Terawave's Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) systems in Moscow. The passive optical networking (PON) system will deliver new services to customers in the districts of Mitino and Tushino.

"Since we started the installation of our PON-based access network during the second quarter of 2003, Terawave's Passive Optical Network products delivered not only superior performance and efficiencies but also showed a high level of reliability, ease of installation and operation," reports Mikhail Belyavtsev, technical director of Golden Line. "Terawave's products architecture and breath of interfaces allowed Golden Line to offer ATM services with guaranteed bandwidth, security and QoS to our most remote customers with minimum up-front capital investment and high operational flexibility."

"We are proud to have played a key role in Golden Line's expansion to new markets and that Terawave's FTTP products exceeded their highest expectations," adds Frank Lockwood, vice president of marketing at Terawave Communications. "The use of PON architecture gives customers the most flexibility in their deployments and the best alternative to reduce CAPEX and OPEX."

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