Aurora Shows Off At CCBN

Aurora Networks advances Chinese cable industry at CCBN 2009

March 16, 2009

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Aurora Networks, Inc., the only optical transport solution provider focused on delivering a cost-effective, optimized platform for next-generation cable services, will demonstrate its next-generation cable solutions in booth #2304 at the China Content Broadcasting Network (CCBN) convention in Beijing’s China International Exhibition Center from March 21-23, 2009.

At the show, Aurora Networks will be offering demonstrations of the following leading-edge cable solutions:

  • Innovative Fiber Deep solutions, optimized specifically for cable operators. Fiber Deep solutions reduce the number of actives and power consumption within cable networks, providing a cost-effective and ‘green’ cable solution, while still providing very high bandwidth to each subscriber.

  • The NC4000 series node, the most versatile node platform available to the industry today. The NC4000 series node provides the widest range of features and capabilities, including advanced node features such as next-generation access modules, optical switching, RF switching and optical amplification.

  • Aurora Networks’ digital return technology, designed to increase dynamic range and improved performance, while still resulting in lower operating and maintenance costs.

  • Aurora Networks’ V-Hub™, the industry’s only widely deployed virtual hub platform. This solution optimizes the use of fiber in the network.

  • Aurora Networks’ industry-leading LcWDM® (‘O’-band) analog transmitter solution. The LcWDM system enables up to six wavelengths on the same fiber, allowing cable operators to expand network capacity to accommodate more narrowcast services.

  • Aurora Networks’ complete line of broadcast and narrowcast 1550 nm transmitters, optical amplifiers for Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) and 1550 nm distribution applications. The company recently launched the AT3520G transmitter, which increases narrowcast bandwidth by 50 percent.

    "In order to compete in China’s growing and rapidly evolving cable market, operators within the country are working to expand traditional HFC networks with advanced optical transport components to bring the advantages of fiber to the network without hefty investment," said Eddie Feghali, vice president of sales, Asia, Aurora Networks. "Aurora Networks is dedicated to leading the evolution in the cable industry through innovative, cost-effective solutions designed specifically for cable operators. CCBN presents an ideal opportunity for the cable industry to learn how to leverage our solutions to advance network capabilities."

    Aurora Networks Inc.

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