Korea Telecom selects ADTRAN for Carrier Ethernet

April 12, 2010
APRIL 12, 2010 -- KT Corp. of Korea has selected ADTRAN's (NASDAQ: ADTN) Total Access 5000 Multiservice Access and Aggregation Platform and NetVanta 800 series of network termination units to support KT's X4BIZ PLUS Carrier Ethernet service to small and medium enterprises.

APRIL 12, 2010 -- KT Corp. of Korea has selected ADTRAN's (NASDAQ: ADTN) Total Access 5000 Multiservice Access and Aggregation Platform and NetVanta 800 series of network termination units to support KT's X4BIZ PLUS Carrier Ethernet service to small and medium enterprises.

ADTRAN says its equipment will enable KT to immediately deliver guaranteed, high-bandwidth business connections using Ethernet over bonded circuits (EoCu, EoTDM) with the ability to concurrently support the scalability and reach of optical Ethernet (EoF) for future Gigabit Ethernet services.

“The ADTRAN solution provides superior flexibility, allowing us to offer multiple services to a variety of market segments from a single platform,” said Jin Tae Kim, manager of the Managed Business Department at KT. “In addition to their flexibility, the Total Access and NetVanta product families will allow us to efficiently scale services, allowing us to immediately address today's business Ethernet services market, while minimizing our capital and operational investment as we continue to enhance and expand our services in the future.”

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