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NEC Eluminant Unveils PON

NEC Eluminant announces its FiberSlam 1000 Passive Optical Network system at Supercomm 2002

June 3, 2002

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ATLANTA -- NEC Eluminant Technologies, Inc. (eLUMINANT(r)), a major optical access solutions provider to the world's leading carriers, announces FiberSLAM(tm) 1000, its fiber-to-the-business passive optical network system (PON). FiberSLAM 1000, which includes the capability of delivering economical Ethernet services to customer locations, will be demonstrated at SUPERCOMM 2002 June 4-6 in NEC Booth #24230."This delivery marks an important milestone for eLUMINANT," said David Montanaro, CEO and chairman of eLUMINANT. "Our strategy has been to leverage our strong reputation in providing today's access products into the new marketplace for all-optical access solutions, including PON-based fiber-to-the-business (FTTB), fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and the emerging marketplace for high speed Ethernet connections. With investments in last-mile broadband on the rise and regulatory issues being resolved, it is perfect timing for eLUMINANT."FiberSLAM 1000 provides a clear path to move beyond DSL and into an all-optical access network. This FTTB solution supports 10/100 Base-T Ethernet, DS1 delivery and migration to triple play FTTH services.Each FiberSLAM 1000 optical line terminal can support up to 256 locations via eight single fiber PON links. Each PON link can be optically split to service up to 32 customer premise sites.NEC Eluminant Technologies Inc.For more information on Supercomm 2002, please visit: Supercomm Special

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