Enablence wins two new FTTH contracts worth $1.4M

NOVEMBER 9, 2009 -- Under the terms of these purchase orders, Enablence has agreed to supply two independent telcos with its Multi Media Aggregation Node (MAGNM) equipment for FTTH overbuild.

NOVEMBER 9, 2009 -- Enablence Technologies Inc., a supplier of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) equipment for triple-play residential and business services, as well as optical components and subsystems for access, metro, and long-haul markets, has won two new contracts in the United States, for a total value of $1.4 million.

Under the terms of these purchase orders, Enablence has agreed to supply two independent telephone companies -- one based in the southeastern United States and another in the northern U.S. -- with its Multi Media Aggregation Node (MAGNM) equipment for FTTH overbuild. The deployments in these two areas will be implemented using Enablence's MAGNM-20 chassis platform and one deployment with the indoor version of Enablence's E-1320 optical network terminal (ONT).

"These new orders are a continued testament of Enablence's success in serving the increasing bandwidth demands of rural communities across the United States as they seek to grow their services to match those of large urban centers," says Arvind Chhatbar, chief executive officer of Enablence.


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