Cameron Communications chooses BTI Systems for fiber broadband access

April 28, 2010
APRIL 27, 2010 -- In a move to enhance its service offering and network footprint, Cameron Communications, a full-service telecommunications company, tapped BTI Systems to extend its fiber-based network services. Cameron Communications will use the expanded capabilities to provide residents, schools, libraries, municipalities, and businesses greater access to advanced broadband, video-on-demand, and IPTV services.

APRIL 27, 2010 -- In a move to enhance its service offering and network footprint, Cameron Communications, a full-service telecommunications company, tapped BTI Systems to extend its fiber-based network services. Cameron Communications will use the expanded capabilities to provide residents, schools, libraries, municipalities, and businesses greater access to advanced broadband, video-on-demand, and IPTV services.

Cameron Communications will boost fiber infrastructure for 13 territories with WDM and consolidate service delivery in parts of Texas and Louisiana using the BTI 7000 Series platform, which offers integrated Carrier Ethernet, multi-service optical, and WDM. Cameron can deploy a high-capacity, 10-Gbps, switched Ethernet service infrastructure and collapse existing SONET OC-48 infrastructure onto the same fiber pair from a single platform, BTI says.

The packetVX, a modular component of the BTI 7000 Series, offers Cameron an integrated Carrier Ethernet-based approach to address bandwidth requirements for IPTV and video on demand, the systems vendor adds.

“Investing in packet-optical technologies is a key element to rapidly deliver new services and provide a high-quality offering to our customers,” said Robert Large, network manager at Cameron Communications. “BTI Systems allows Cameron to greatly increase network capacity and deliver innovative services via a cost-effective network with simplified operations, management and provisioning capabilities. This translates to affordable services for our customers and confirms our dedication to the communities we serve.”

“There is an accelerating trend to bring fiber-based services to rural and underserved communities,” said Aleck Gilner, VP of U.S. Sales for BTI Systems. “Fiber-based services help create the environment for successful communities much like water, power and transportation have defined quality of community life for decades.”

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