Alloptic Launches Gig Ethernet Platform

Fully-converged, gigabit Ethernet, IP optical platform delivering voice, video, and high-speed data

December 3, 2001

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LIVERMORE, Calif. -- Alloptic, the leading provider of IP, Gigabit Ethernet fiber optic solutions for access networks today launched homeG.E.A.R.1000(TM), a fully-converged, Gigabit Ethernet IP optical platform delivering voice, video, and high-speed data to subscribers via a passive optical network. The homeG.E.A.R.1000 builds on and extends the access network footprint of the GigaForce(TM) product family by addressing the ever-increasing service provider demand for delivery of revenue-generating, high-bandwidth converged services to residential fiber customers. "Today, with the declining cost of optical components, the adoption of new splicing and trenching techniques, and the advancement in technology, we are able to offer to the market a very high speed bandwidth solution with compelling economics," said Ron Foster, Vice President of Marketing for Alloptic. "Our Alloptic homeG.E.A.R.1000 allows service providers to drive fiber directly to the subscriber's home, deliver massive bandwidth to support a full range of high speed services and it is all done at a dramatically lower cost per bit than any other option available today." Alloptic Inc.

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