Expands line of OmniReach FTTx solutions

September 24, 2009

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MINNEAPOLIS -- ADC (NASDAQ:ADCT - News) (www.adc.com) will highlight its fiber leadership through its expanded line of OmniReach® fiber-to-the-x (FTTX) solutions and featured speaking engagements at the 2009 FTTH Conference and Exposition, held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, Sept. 27–Oct. 1.

ADC’s booth #415 will feature its OmniReach FTTP portfolio including solutions for central office, distribution, access and premises applications. A new addition to its Outside Plant (OSP) product line, the RealFlex™ 5 drop cable, also will be displayed. The RealFlex 5 product is a premier, reduced bend radius cable that is currently available in a variety of connector types, including a legacy full-sized hardened connector, and SC/APC. Hardened connectors are environmentally sealed and terminated in the factory to ensure the highest reliability standards.

Designed for MTU or MDU indoor/outdoor installations, the RealFlex 5 drop cable reduces the risk to bend-induced insertion loss. In space-challenged structures, or environments where the cable path requires sharp turns and bends, the RealFlex 5 drop cable provides increased flexibility without any sacrifice in optical performance.

"With the demand for more and more bandwidth, carriers are looking for ways to install fiber networks into single residential units and multiple dwelling units (MDUs) faster and more economically," said Trevor Smith, director of carrier solutions for ADC’s Global Connectivity Solutions. "ADC’s solutions, which feature a connectorized approach, save time and money, and accelerate the deployment of flexible and cost-effective FTTP and FTTH networks. With ADC’s OmniReach solutions, service providers can be confident that their networks will support next-generation applications to meet their customers’ ever-changing demands for increased bandwidth and enhanced services."

ADC (Nasdaq: ADCT)

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