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Texhoma Picks Adtran

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- ADTRAN, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, today announced that its Ethernet over Fiber (EoF) solutions are providing the infrastructure foundation for Texhoma Fiber. With more than 250 miles of fiber optic lines installed across Oklahoma and Texas, Texhoma Fiber provides wholesale internet, native Ethernet backhaul and transport services for communications, telephone and cable TV companies, as well as businesses needing high speed fiber optic transmission. ADTRAN's EoF solution, comprised of the Total Access 5000 and the NetVanta 8000 platforms, offers Texhoma Fiber inherent protection and resiliency across its fiber optic network while at the same time enabling Texhoma Fiber to offer higher bandwidths up to 1Gbps and reach greater distances of up to 80km for their customer base. Texhoma Fiber’s need for flexible bandwidth, improved service scalability, and increased performance to accelerate new application adoption were key considerations in selecting ADTRAN’s Ethernet solution. Texhoma Fiber knows that it is critical to provide its wholesale business customers with infrastructure which enables them to acquire more customers with better services sooner. ADTRAN offers a scalable solution that supports a wide variety of service migration needs as Texhoma Fiber’s customers continue to examine the demand for greater bandwidth. ADTRAN’s Ethernet solution also offers Texhoma Fiber an ideal transport platform for mobile backhaul networks to better support the growing bandwidth needs and meet the stringent SLA requirements of its Tier 1 mobile operator customers. Adtran Inc.

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