Aspen Optics Expands

Aspen Optics expands to achieve FTEP for '100Mbit Nations'

September 1, 2008

2 Min Read

HONG KONG -- In response to the recent “100Mbit Nation” announcement in the USA and similar commitments in other European countries, Aspen Optics is expanding its sales and distribution networks in international markets to help speed up Fiber to Every Premise (FTEP). The competition to be on the top of the 100Mbits Nation and 100Mbits City list will soon become very keen amongst major economies, as they understand the importance of high speed fiber broadband to promote business growth and technological advancement.

The top agenda in the market is no longer on how to achieve Fiber to the Home (FTTH), but on how to speed up Fiber to Every Home (FTEH). To help network engineers speed up fiber network connection and realize FTEP, Aspen Optics is launching an industry first configuration tool on as an open platform to offer instant network connectivity solutions. The tool, known as “Aspen Optical Ethernet Configurator”, shows how Aspen Optics comprehensive range of products can tackle different fiber network connection requirements. According to Aspen Optics, fiber connectivity can be achieved in a very cost-effective and speedy way with the right products chosen. More than satisfying the customers on the product level, the configuration tool is adding value on the operation level by supporting and improving the daily working needs of SI, ISP and telecom operators. Making fiber connection an automatic and accurate function, the tool can help release more time for engineers to focus on other network improvement activities.

The House of Representatives in USA has recently introduced a resolution to make USA a 100Mbit Nation: “Establishing a national goal for the universal deployment of next-generation broadband networks to access the internet…. with transmission speeds of at least 100 megabits per second ……… essential to the achievement of social objectives, economic competitiveness, and global leadership, other countries have adopted national objectives and strategies to deploy next-generation broadband networks and are already accelerating the construction of such critical infrastructure….”

Aspen Optics Ltd.

Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry.
Join 62,000+ members. Yes it's completely free.

You May Also Like