Genexis wins five new fiber-to-the-home projects in Europe

NOVEMBER 12, 2009 -- Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) equipment provider Genexis says it has signed multiple contracts for the delivery of Ethernet point-to-point FTTH gateways to different European projects. The new projects are in Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands.

NOVEMBER 12, 2009 -- Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) equipment provider Genexis says it has signed multiple contracts for the delivery of Ethernet point-to-point FTTH gateways to different European projects. The new projects are in Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands.

“Many in the fiber-to-the-home industry know us as the leading supplier of gateways to Dutch FTTH projects of Reggefiber, KPN, and Amsterdam,” says Gerlas van den Hoven, CEO of Genexis. “This announcement confirms that our solutions are also well-received in the whole European market in which more and more network operators invest in FTTH.”

The Genexis FTTH gateways will be rolled out in Germany by Stadtwerke Neumünster. Their consultant netzkontor nord gmbh selected the Genexis 100-Mbps point-to-point Ethernet FTTH gateway, which enables triple-play services, including RF video overlay, over a single fiber. The Genexis management and provisioning system GAPS also has been selected to enable efficient provisioning and day-to-day operation. The carrier may roll out fiber to the home in more cities in the north of Germany, Genexis believes.

Hohentengen, a town in the south of Germany, also selected the Genexis optical gateways. “We are convinced of the CPE’s flexibility and modularity,” says Andreas Nauroth, broadband communication project leader of the Municipality of Hohentengen who is responsible for this fiber to the home project. “In addition, we are very pleased with the technical support provided by Genexis; this will assist us in building a modern FTTH network and bringing broadband to the citizens of Hohentengen”.

Wilhelm.Tel, a provider and operator in Norderstedt, has also implemented the Genexis managed gateway in their FTTH network in Germany. In Austria, Xlink made the same decision.

“All these new customers are a direct result of our European market focus, which includes our German office,” says Ron van Os, sales director of Genexis. “In addition, we continue our growth in the Dutch FTTH market and are proud to announce that Solcon, a successful internet provider based in Dronten, is also using our optical gateways for their FTTH services in Dronten and 13 other Dutch cities.”

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