Norwegian carrier selects Lumentis for fast triple-play broadband

Dec. 13, 2004
December 13, 2004 Stockholm -- Swedish optical data and telecom solutions supplier Lumentis has received an order from the power and communications company Lyse in Norway. Lyse has ordered optical transmission equipment for its fiber-based triple-play broadband network that will enable tenants can get access to high-speed Internet, telephony, and digital TV in one socket.

December 13, 2004 Stockholm -- Swedish optical data and telecom solutions supplier Lumentis has received an order from the power and communications company Lyse in Norway. Lyse has ordered optical transmission equipment for its fiber-based triple-play broadband network that will enable tenants can get access to high-speed Internet, telephony, and digital TV in one socket.

Lyse offers a ready-to-use broadband platform that can deliver the bandwidth needed for high-speed broadband, telephony, and digital TV in a single fiber to the home.

"It means a great deal to us that Lyse has selected Lumentis as supplier of optical transmission equipment. The order is a breakthrough for Lumentis on the Norwegian broadband market, and since Lyse is the leading provider of high-speed Internet access and triple-play in we could not wish for a better reference customer in Norway," says Pär Johanson, director of marketing and sales at Lumentis.

The transmission equipment delivered by Lumentis will be put into operation in the beginning of January 2005.

"Thanks to Lumentis we can easily deploy our broadband services in a more flexible and effective way at a lower cost than would have been possible had we chosen equipment from any other competitor of Lumentis. There is also a great possibility that we will use Lumentis as our supplier for our additional expanding broadband networks in Norway," says Eivind �sterli, project leader at Lyse.

Lyse is an energy and communications company with a varied product range, based on a highly developed and extended infrastructure. Lyse also offers its customers broadband services as well as mobile and fixed telephony.

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