Adtran Intros OC3 Mux

The Total Access OPTI-3 delivers three DS3s in one tenth the space of typical OC3 multiplexers

December 11, 2001

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- ADTRAN(R) (NASDAQ:ADTN) today announced the Total Access OPTI-3, a new breed of OC-3 SONET multiplexer. An innovative piece of equipment offering significant price and performance advancements, the Total Access OPTI-3 delivers three DS3s in one-tenth the space of typical OC-3 multiplexers, and at less than one-half the price. This impressive ratio allows service providers to meet the rapidly increasing demand for DS3, despite the reality of today's constrained capital budgets. The Total Access OPTI-3, ADTRAN's first stand-alone, carrier-class optical offering, is the latest addition to its long history of cost-effective local loop access solutions. "With tariffs that call for fiber delivery and reduced capital budgets, a simple, inexpensive solution for delivering DS3 service can open the door to significant revenue opportunities," comments Steven Locke, ADTRAN's vice president of Carrier Networks marketing. "ADTRAN is known for hitting the market at just the right time with extremely competitive, highly engineered gear. We think Total Access OPTI-3 is the next in this series of successful launches -- a solution that will significantly simplify and lower the cost of DS3 deployment for our carrier customers."Adtran Inc.

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