Mitsubishi Electric Ltd. (Tokyo) will soon provide Asynchronous Transfer Mode- (atm-) based passive

Aug. 1, 1998

Mitsubishi Electric Ltd. (Tokyo) will soon provide Asynchronous Transfer Mode- (atm-) based passive optical network equipment to the U.S. market. The new Telecommunication Network Division is now part of the company`s Wireless Communications Group (Duluth, GA) but should spin out soon, according to a Mitsubishi source. The 20-Gbit/sec equipment will service the fiber-to-the-home market using systems now being deployed in Japan as part of the Full Service Access Network initiative. The systems should make their U.S. debut next year, says the source.

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