Aurora Networks relocates

JANUARY 29, 2009 -- Aurora Networks Inc., which provides platforms that support deep-fiber architectures for cable service providers, has relocated to new facilities in Santa Clara, CA.

JANUARY 29, 2009 -- Aurora Networks Inc. (search for Aurora Networks), which provides platforms that support deep-fiber architectures for cable service providers, has relocated to new facilities in Santa Clara, CA. The move results in a greater than 100% increase in facility capacity. With more than 61,000 square feet, the new location enables Aurora Networks to extend its product development and services capabilities to support a growing customer base, the company asserts.

Aurora says that the growing popularity of fiber-deep architectures derives from such benefits as 500% more downstream and 1,000% more upstream bandwidth, which enables cable operators to compete more effectively against alternative service providers, direct-to-home satellite, and telcos in the delivery of advanced services. The company also says its products reduce opex by 65%, including a 50% saving in system power, compared to competing offerings.

"Despite the current state of the economy, Aurora Networks has continued to experience growth by providing innovative solutions and best-in-class service to exceed our customers' needs," said Guy Sucharczuk, chairman, president, and CEO of Aurora Networks.

With this move, Aurora Networks will have more than doubled its production capacity with the expanded manufacturing areas. In addition, the areas dedicated to optical design laboratories and equipment, headend and hub hot system and demonstration areas, and related test and instrumentation labs have also been extended, complementing the on-site manufacturing capabilities for burn-in and testing.

Aurora Networks' new headquarters is located at 5400 Betsy Ross Drive, Santa Clara, CA, 95054.

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