APRIL 7, 2008 -- Corecess (search for Corecess), a provider of G-EPON systems, has announced new contracts in Korea with both KT (Korea Telecom) and Hanaro Telecom and new wins in Asia and Europe.
Corecess's optical line termination (OLT) platforms for central offices and optical network units (ONUs) for customer premises are based on Teknovus's G-EPON chips (search for Teknovus). Teknovus chips include the TK3714 for ONUs, the TK3721 for OLTs and, most recently, the TK3723, known as the Turbo-EPON OLT.
Corecess began deployments at KT in 2005 and at Hanaro Telecom in 2006. Most recently, Corecess has won deployments in Poland, Indonesia, and Spain. By year-end, Corecess will have more than 500,000 lines installed.
"Together with Teknovus, we are winning major deployments within our home country and around the world," said Jeremy Ha, CEO of Corecess. "Teknovus's Turbo-EPON provides us with a clear competitive edge, offering 2.5G EPON solutions to service providers supporting MDUs and enterprises, along with their well-known traffic management and packet classification architecture. We look forward to being among the first to test Teknovus's 10G systems by mid-year."
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