Hatteras Revs Up Ethernet Repeaters

One of Southern Utah’s largest telecommunications providers significantly expands service footprint with Hatteras solutions

June 29, 2009

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. -- Hatteras Networks, the global leader in flexible Ethernet solutions for enterprise access services and next-generation mobile backhaul, today introduced the HN239 Repeater and HNLPM8 Line Power Modules to its award-winning EFM product family. These newest innovations enable service providers to ubiquitously deploy Mid-Band Ethernet beyond the traditional distance limitations of copper services, reaching sites more than 25 miles (40km) from the nearest serving office. They are designed to extend higher rates for Ethernet business services and mobile backhaul applications, enabling service providers to bring much greater bandwidth over bonded copper to remote cell towers and DSLAMs.

The HN239 Repeater and HNLPM8 Line Power Modules enable service providers to deliver cost-effective Mid-Band Ethernet solutions across their entire networks. They allow carriers to increase the service rates to their customers, particularly when there are a limited number of lines available to the desired location.

“With the Hatteras Repeaters now installed, we are able to more cost-effectively deliver business services to our customers living and working in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona at far greater rates and distances than traditional T1s,” said Jody Davis, Inside Plant Manager at South Central Communications, one of the largest employers and telecommunication companies in Southern Utah. “Installation was very easy and efficient and we plan to deploy more Hatteras Repeaters in the future to meet growing customer demands.”

Hatteras Networks Inc.

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