Amedia's FTTP platform lands in Mongolia

October 26, 2005 Eatontown, NJ -- Amedia Networks, in conjunction with Korean FTTH platforms provider SejongNT, announced that Amedia's QoStream FTTP system will be installed in Mongolia by Korea's Hans Communications as part of a larger effort to modernize that country's communications infrastructure.

October 26, 2005 Eatontown, NJ -- Amedia Networks, in conjunction with Korean FTTH platforms provider SejongNT, announced that Amedia's QoStream FTTP system will be installed in Mongolia by Korea's Hans Communications as part of a larger effort to modernize that country's communications infrastructure.

According to a press release, Hans Communications, a provider of cable TV and Internet services, has already deployed an 87 km optical backbone infrastructure in Mongolia in support of advanced networking services, and is in the process of expanding that network with an additional 250 km of optical cable, anticipated for use in access applications.

As Hans Communications transitions to systems implementation, they have partnered with SejongNT to initially install 100 units of Amedia's QoStream PG1000 Premises Gateways. SejongNT will provide network integration services for the Amedia platform.

"SejongNT is among the most able partners that we have engaged," comments Frank Galuppo, President and CEO of Amedia. "I have no doubt that they will be of immense benefit to Hans Communications as Hans undertakes its historic deployment to support the people of Mongolia."

Hans Communications anticipates that the deployment will continue to expand following its systems integration phase, resulting in triple play service capability that could ultimately serve 20,000 subscribers over the next three years.

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