Ericsson Unveils P2P FTTH Platform

Ericsson meets enterprises' and consumers' demand for symmetrical high-capacity broadband

March 18, 2010

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STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) broadens its Deep Fiber Access offerings with the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio for fiber-to-the-home (FTTH). Remaining at the forefront of high-capacity and cost-efficient point-to-point solutions, Ericsson has introduced the EFN432, a 32-port Gigabit Ethernet node to its award-winning EDA family, already including leading VDSL2 and GPON product offerings.

Ericsson’s EDA point-to-point (P2P) solutions now offer the widest range of bandwidth scalability for residential and enterprise users. The EFN432 offers Gig-to-the-home capabilities and enables user-centric multimedia services for the “now” communications. Ericsson’s P2P solutions offer flexible expansion options due to their aggregated nature and enable a common transport for mobile backhaul and FTTH.

Jan Kleist, Head of Ericsson’s Broadband Access, says: “The increasing demand for media rich communications is driving network operators to build and future-proof networks to support the increasing demand for bandwidth-hungry and diverse services. Our fiber node solutions have proven to effectively connect subscribers and elevate broadband services to new heights.” He adds, “Operators have intense pressure to prove the investment value for fiber-based networks and adding Gig capacity to each user will allow them to compete beyond triple-play offerings and set the stage for mobile and fixed interconnectivity.”

Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC)

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