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Aurora Expands Platform Capacity

Aurora Networks expands its digital return transport platform

June 14, 2005

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Aurora Networks has expanded its digital return transport platform enabling cable operators to cost effectively increase network capacity to meet growing traffic demands and deploy advanced residential and commercial broadband services. The platform includes the addition of the DT3515C series digital transmitter, the DT4030E series digital transceiver, and CWDM and 1550nm capabilities.

Aurora’s new digital platform provides significant advantages over traditional analog optical transport systems including the ability to transmit up to 40 wavelengths and 80 return segments on a single fiber for distances up to 200 kilometers (km) and transport two unique RF segments in a single data stream. In addition, the wave division multiplexing 1550nm transceiver maximizes network efficiency by transmitting return path signals on the same fiber that carries the 1310nm forward analog transport signal.

“By listening to our customers, Aurora Networks has developed a robust digital transport platform that addresses critical network challenges. With Aurora’s newest solutions, cable operators can significantly expand the capabilities of their existing architecture in a fast, economical and field-proven manner,” said Ron Wolfe, senior product manager for Aurora Networks.

Aurora Networks Inc.

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