Louisiana's Cameron Communications taps ADC for FTTX

March 9, 2006 Minneapolis, MN -- Louisiana telecommunications provider Cameron Communications is deploying ADC's OmniReach fiber distribution hubs (FDHs) to speed the deployment of its FTTX network in the city of Grand Lake in rural southwest Louisiana. The network serves approximately 1,600 homes and businesses.

March 9, 2006 Minneapolis, MN -- Louisiana telecommunications provider Cameron Communications is deploying ADC's OmniReach fiber distribution hubs (FDHs) to speed the deployment of its FTTX network in the city of Grand Lake in rural southwest Louisiana. The network serves approximately 1,600 homes and businesses.

"The fiber optic lines we've deployed have been met with a very high level of success in our Grand Lake service area, thanks in large part to ADC's FDHs, which contain pre-terminated cables, allowing us to quickly and easily install our FTTX network," says George Mack, president and general manager of Cameron Communications. "Having a fiber-optic infrastructure has been a huge boost to the area economy."

ADC's OmniReach FDHs enclosures connect feeder and distribution cables via power splitters in FTTX network applications. The enclosures are designed for strategic placement in FTTP networks to facilitate service connection and reconfiguration. The lightweight, breatheable, NEMA-rated enclosures provide environmental and mechanical protection for cables, splices, connectors, and passive optical splitters.

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