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Bend Installs Alloptic

Bend Broadband selects Alloptic for broadband service delivery

October 2, 2007

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Alloptic, Inc., a global leader in the design and development of Passive Optical Networks (PONs), the most widely deployed next generation access network technology, announced that Bend Broadband has selected Alloptic's MicroNode(TM) family of products for their FTTP rollout. Bend Broadband, the local cable operator in Bend, Oregon, is providing voice, data, and video services.

"We have been very pleased with the performance of the MicroNode(TM)," said Frank Miller, CTO and VP of Engineering, Bend Broadband. "With Alloptic's MicroNode(TM) products, we are delivering more services to more customers with our existing headend equipment. Alloptic's solution lets us move towards a full fiber-to-the-customer network as we grow. Alloptic has greatly simplified our transition to an access network that delivers all the services wanted by all our customers - residential and business - for years to come."

"Our newest family of products, which includes the MicroNode(TM), was designed specifically for customers like Bend Broadband," said Shane Eleniak, VP of Marketing and Business Development for Alloptic. "Changing existing set top boxes or headend equipment just to deliver services to an expanding customer base is an expense that companies like Bend Broadband should not have to pay. Alloptic products preserve operators' current investment, give them a simple, cost-effective way to deliver any service to any customer, and provide a seamless migration path to a low-cost PON network. Alloptic makes it easy to extend operators' existing HFC network while evolving to smaller nodes with higher bandwidth per customer."

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