California CLEC Paxio deploys fiber-to-the-home system from PacketFront

February 8, 2006

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MIAMI -- PacketFront, the world leader in open access fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology and next generation broadband management, has announced that Anaheim, Calif.-based PAXIO Inc., a registered competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) that provides Internet and VoIP services, has chosen PacketFront's unique BECS(TM) control and provisioning system for the deployment of advanced IP services in new residential developments in California.

Working closely with one of the nation's largest home builders, PAXIO is offering FTTH to the rapidly growing technology hub of California's Bay Area. PAXIO's FTTH network offers homeowners virtually unlimited bandwidth that provides Internet connection speeds of up to one Gigabit per second, a speed far superior to those provided by telephone or cable networks. This allows homeowners to easily download movies from the Internet, effortlessly conduct multiple downloads at one time, and use voice over IP services. With services competitively priced, PAXIO offerings start as low as $26.50 per month.

PAXIO selected PacketFront's sophisticated BECS control and provisioning system to streamline the delivery and management of its services.

"PacketFront has provided us with some sophisticated new tools that help us deliver on our motto 'True Broadband, True Choice'," said Phillip Clark, President of PAXIO. "We are a rapidly growing company, dealing with broadband deployments over a vast geographical area - as such, it is vital that we have complete control over our networks from a central location, and that we can trouble-shoot problems quickly and efficiently. We feel the introduction of PacketFront equipment and management systems will have a significant long term effect in reducing OPEX."

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