China's Zibo CATV Network deploys Alloptic GEPON

February 22, 2006 Livermore, CA -- Alloptic, a provider of Gigabit Ethernet passive optical networks (GEPONs), announced that China's Zibo CATV Network has deployed its passive optical access equipment in new multi-dwelling units (MDUs) in Shandong.

February 22, 2006 Livermore, CA -- Alloptic, a provider of Gigabit Ethernet passive optical networks (GEPONs), announced that China's Zibo CATV Network has deployed its passive optical access equipment in new multi-dwelling units (MDUs) in Shandong.

"Alloptic's GEPON solution brings us a very reliable multi-play platform, [which] allowed us to bring together what were two separate networks into a single platform," comments Mr. Liu Guang Pin, GM of Zibo CATV. "Alloptic's access network gives us the best of both of these architectures, with the bandwidth required to provide additional services [including] IPTV, HDTV, and other added values services in the future."

"We are very pleased that Zibo CATV Network will be using our products in their network. Our access solution is ideal for cable operators," remarks George S. Chow, Alloptic's managing director - Asia Pacific. "With the Alloptic access solution, users benefit from the efficient use of fiber, and a gigabit of bandwidth means that there is plenty of bandwidth for supporting today's data services and tomorrow's IP HDTV."

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