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Huawei Picks BroadLight PON Tech

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- BroadLight, Inc. today announced that Huawei Technologies has incorporated BroadLight’s complete, end-to-end PON product solution for their PON product offering. Huawei has selected BroadLight for both its central office and customer premise equipment which consists of ITU-T PON controllers, transceivers and software and is expected to deploy its new PON products in volume throughout the world.

“This is not only a major win for BroadLight, but also for the ITU-T standard which is expected to become mainstream in Asia,” said Andy Vought, CEO of BroadLight. “We are excited about working with Huawei and leveraging our extensive experience in PON so that Huawei can be successful with their customers.”

“We view PON fiber as the next great broadband technology that is capable of leading us into the future with required bandwidth,” said Ai Wei, senior vice president of Huawei. “We chose BroadLight because it was the only company that could provide technology on both ends of the line, which helped us drive down costs and get to market faster.”

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