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In wireline, government support for bandwidth expansion in many countries will drive investment in broadband infrastructure, revealed ZTE in a statement.
DiViNetworks' unique bandwidth expansion technology enables Gilat Satcom to successfully meet the unceasing demand for high-bandwidth internet connectivity with competitive pricing.
A key development in Stenbit's plan is the deployment next year of the global information grid bandwidth expansion (GIG BE) program.
Philippe Dumont, President of Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks, said : "100G technology is playing a fundamental role in scalability as operators are seeking to manage their bandwidth expansion to meet increasing demands for content-rich services and to address new applications such as data center interconnection needs.
Part of Motorola's proven portfolio of Ultra-Broadband bandwidth expansion solutions, E-CWDM is both economical and simple to deploy, with inherent system reliability that can endure harsh outside plant environments and changes in optical characteristics of components over time.
Management will discuss Mindspeed's solutions that address pervasive megatrends in the communications industry, including worldwide fiber optic buildouts supporting IP-centric applications and content, the explosion in enterprise data traffic and the inflection point in mobile infrastructure driven by bandwidth expansion.
100G technology is playing a fundamental role in scalability as operators are seeking to manage their bandwidth expansion to meet increasing demands for content-rich services and to address new applications such as data center interconnection needs, said Philippe Dumont, President of Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks.
Motorola has developed a full suite of bandwidth expansion technologies to help cable operators meet that demand, and today's introduction of the TX32 module marks a giant leap forward in the race for cost-effective, higher-capacity broadband.