Broadstripe Taps Aurora for GEPON

Provider of integrated video, broadband and home phone services has deployed Aurora Networks’ GEPON solution for its commercial services

June 15, 2009

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Aurora Networks, Inc., the only optical transport solution provider focused on delivering a cost-effective, optimized platform for next-generation cable services, today announced that Broadstripe, LLC, a leading provider of integrated video, broadband and home phone services, deployed Aurora Networks’ GEPON solution for its commercial services offering. The flexibility of Aurora Networks’ GEPON solution, including its Node PON™, VHub™ and SMART Media Converter™ products, enable Broadstripe to offer faster services at lower prices to fit the unique and individual needs of its business customers.

Aurora Networks’ GEPON solution provides Broadstripe with a manageable and scalable system that allows the company to serve business customers without the need for an active OTN location. By reducing the overall cost, but still supplying fiber to the premises to meet bandwidth needs, Aurora Networks enables Broadstripe to service businesses within their footprint – an important sector for company growth.

“For Broadstripe’s commercial services offering, we set out to serve a combination of T1, high-speed and dial-up customers, including Brooks Industrial Park in Marshall, Michigan, an established business park that was previously receiving its business service from a competing provider. With Aurora Networks GEPON solutions, we are the only provider able to offer 10-100 Mbps of dedicated fiber services to each of Brooks Industrial Park’s current customers,” said Dave Harwood, regional vice president and general manager of Broadstripe. “With Aurora Networks, we can now take advantage of the huge growth opportunities available in business services by competitively delivering what customers are demanding.”

Aurora Networks Inc.

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