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    Gigabit Services - Delivery Blue Valley Tele-Communications Improves Quality of Life and Economic Growth in Rural Kansas
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    Gigabit Service Delivery - Canby Telecom Deploys First Gigabit Community in Pacific Northwest
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    Gigabit Services Delivery - Comporium Brings High Tech Jobs to Rock Hill, South Carolina with Innovative Zipstream Service
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    Gigabit Services Delivery - Pelican Bay Deploys Innovative Business Model to Ensure High-reliability and Highperformance Residential Broadband
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    Gigabit Services Delivery - Sycamore Telephone Company Expands Customer Market with ADTRAN FTTH
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    Webinar - Data Center Architectures for Next-Gen Broadband and Business Networks
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    Webinar - NG-PON2 & XGS-PON – 10G Broadband is Now a Reality
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Webinars

  • ADTRAN and Liberty Business Spark Economic Development with Gigabit Broadband +

    High-speed broadband service brings crucial connectivity and economic advantages to rural island schools and SMBs HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun. 6, 2016-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ: ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced that Liberty Business, Liberty Puerto Rico’s business division, has joined the Enabling Communities, Connecting Lives program. The division is utilizing ADTRAN’s Gigabit services architecture to deliver Gigabit broadband speeds to schools and small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) in rural locations of the island. By upgrading its fiber infrastructure to support Gigabit broadband, Liberty Business is offering enterprise customers in western and southern Puerto Rico high-speed connectivity to support the influx of high-bandwidth applications and services businesses need to compete in today’s global economy. Liberty Business is also providing the necessary infrastructure to connect previously underserved schools and enhance the educational resources available to facilitate a flexible learning environment. “Many service providers don’t focus on providing connectivity to the more rural parts of Puerto Rico, which creates significant disadvantages for businesses and schools looking to operate and serve the community outside the island’s major metropolitan cities,” said Antonio Llona, vice president of Liberty Business. “ADTRAN has enabled us to provide a seamless connectivity experience across the entire island that Read More
  • OnlineNW Graduates to 10Gig with ADTRAN to Reimagine Education +

    Service provider turns up first West Coast 10Gig community to support agile learning environment for next generation of thinkers, creators and developers HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 26, 2016-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced OnlineNW has turned up 10 Gigabit (10GB) broadband service for Dayton, Ore. – making it the first 10GB city on the West Coast. The community is using this ultra-fast broadband capability to build an innovation ecosystem across schools, non-profit organizations, local businesses and government entities. Together, this ecosystem is focusing on educating Dayton’s future entrepreneurs and lays the foundation for tomorrow’s economic development. Like many rural towns across America, Dayton struggled to keep or attract the young professionals who are essential for providing the next-generation of innovation needed for the area’s growing agricultural technology (AgTech) industry. To address this challenge, OnlineNW teamed up with Innovate Oregon and the Dayton school district to create Innovate Dayton – a program focused on fostering change and reimagining how local teachers educate and local students learn via creative problem solving and critical thinking. The result has been the development of an agile learning environment supplemented by real-world experience and community engagement opportunities for Dayton students from Read More
  • Gigabit Broadband Captures Imagination of Anza Electric Cooperative +

    ADTRAN Gigabit services architecture enables utility to enter the broadband market, exceed community expectations and enrich the lives of up to 4,000 customers HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 16, 2016-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced Anza Electric Cooperative has joined the Enabling Communities, Connecting Lives program – making Anza, California, the latest of more than 300 communities nationwide deploying services based on ADTRAN Gigabit service architecture. The utility saw an opportunity to address unmet market demand for broadband connectivity, and has exceeded residents’ expectations by delivering a higher speed, more dynamic broadband service through ConnectAnza. Their decision to leverage ADTRAN’s Gigabit service architecture was met with resounding community support as 93% of the co-op members approved the proposal – the highest voter turnout ever achieved. “ConnectAnza is definitely filling a void in the market. With only one CLEC delivering basic broadband and no cable providers offering any alternatives, we took it upon ourselves to give our customers the latest ultra-fast, Gigabit broadband connectivity,” said Kevin Short, general manager, Anza Electric Cooperative, Inc. “The response by both residential and business customers has been amazing. It’s not at all unusual for our service van drivers to get stopped Read More
  • ADTRAN Lights Up 10Gbps Broadband Customer Trials +

    Service providers expand capacity for residential and business services, defining the future network HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 16, 2016-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation open networking solutions, today announced that several 10Gbps broadband customer trials are underway. A wide range of service providers from new market entrants to municipal/utility providers to international Tier 1 carriers are all currently evaluating Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) services based on XGS-PON architecture. Led by ADTRAN, XGS-PON is an emerging ITU 10G PON standard that bridges the gap between today’s FTTH technologies and NG-PON2. The new technology is enabling network operators to achieve greater profitability with converged residential and expanded business services for the first time. With a near infinite demand in bandwidth from both business and residential customers, service providers must implement solutions that enable them to scale their current PON networks to meet expanding customer needs. XGS-PON, a new technology ADTRAN is developing that supports 10Gbps symmetric fixed wavelength PON over new or existing fiber infrastructure, meets service providers’ needs by doubling the useable life span of a fiber network regardless of the multi-Gigabit service rate delivered. Service providers can now support the capacity, reliability and flexibility needed for premium business and mobile Read More
  • ADTRAN and EATEL Transform Louisiana Parishes with GIG Internet Service +

    New ultra-high speed broadband service supports economic growth and urban development in Southeastern Louisiana HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 5, 2015-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ: ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, announced today that EATEL has joined the company’s Enabling Communities, Connecting Lives program. EATEL is leveraging ADTRAN’s Gigabit broadband platform for its new GIG Internet service offering. Residents in Louisiana’s Ascension and Livingston Parishes can now experience one of the nation’s fastest broadband speeds with 1 Gigabit Ethernet Internet connections – 10 times faster than the typical Internet connection offered. Gigabit broadband adoption is growing rapidly in communities all around the country as a means of enhancing the quality of life for residents and stimulating economic growth and urban development. With EATEL’s GIG Internet service, customers in Louisiana can now enjoy these benefits first hand. Residents are able to instantly connect to cloud services, video chat in real-time with friends and family and stream high-definition movies uninterrupted. A new generation growing up with multiple Internet devices in the home expects ultra-fast, broadband speed,” said Harris Miller, executive vice president of technology, EATEL. “ADTRAN is helping us satisfy this need for GIG Internet service with platforms that support simultaneous streaming of online Read More
  • ADTRAN Unlocks FTTx Network Architectures at Broadband World Forum +

    ADTRAN leads new initiative for open interfaces in FTTx to bring operators the same freedoms as cable, video and DSL broadband LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 20, 2015-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ: ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, is unlocking closed, single-vendor access networks to bring FTTx into line with the open, standards based approach common across all other broadband media. ADTRAN’s commitment is manifest in the unique products, interfaces and interoperability demos showcased on its Broadband World Forum booth (C40). “The market demands a fully programmable network to give operators better control over their services, their multi-vendor infrastructure, and their commercial destiny,” said Jay Wilson, senior vice president of technology and strategy, ADTRAN. “For that we need to open all broadband network architecture to maximise choice of best-in-class solutions and assure optimum deployment synergies. This is more than an aspiration; it is a major focus for our innovation resources and it is a defining hallmark of the Future Network State as we see it.” Among the major industry players adding their voices to this initiative is Technicolor, one of the global leaders in modems, gateways and set-top boxes. “Whether it is G.fast or FTTH, operators want to push boundaries with the Read More
  • New Lisbon Telephone Company Opens Doors to High-Speed Services with ADTRAN +

    Central Indiana set to receive ultra-fast broadband as service provider prepares network for future HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep. 2, 2015-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ: ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions, today announced as part of its Enabling Communities, Connecting Lives campaign that New Lisbon Telephone Company (NLTC) is deploying the ADTRAN Total Access 5000 Gigabit services architecture. NLTC is using the Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) architecture for both business and residential customers throughout East Central Indiana. Customers will now be able to enjoy high-speed Internet, IPTV and voice services, as well as security and home automation capabilities. Always thinking about what the community needs, NLTC is known for providing high-quality services throughout the area. Since being granted the first Rural Electrification Administration (REA) loan in the United States nearly 55 years ago, NLTC has continuously shown its dedication to enhancing local telecommunications opportunities. By transitioning to the ADTRAN Total Access 5000 Gigabit services architecture, NLTC is taking the next step towards future-proofing their network. With this next generation deployment, NLTC is laying the foundation to address current broadband demands and pave the way for future services, including Gigabit speeds and beyond. “New Lisbon Telephone Company works hard to ensure our services are Read More
  • Race to Gigabit Services Takes Off In Rocket City at ADTRAN Broadband & Business Solutions Summit +

    Over 130 service providers, 20 consulting engineers, MSOs, utilities, and municipal operators explore Gigabit, NG-PON2, G.fast and other Software Defined Access solutions that are defining future networks HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 20, 2016-- ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN), a leading provider of next-generation Gigabit software defined access solutions, today announced it is hosting its 8th semi-annual Broadband & Business Solutions Summit (BBSS) on April 18-21, 2016. The event, held at ADTRAN’s headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama, is showcasing the transformative economic and social impact Gigabit and other high speed broadband services have on communities across the country. Attendees are also exploring the future network state driven by highly automated, programmable, scalable and open access networks required for rapid service creation and delivery. ADTRAN has expanded its event programming and messaging to ensure attendees leave with an unfiltered, holistic view of the technical and business opportunities that Gigabit broadband has to offer. Harrison Diamond, from the City of Huntsville, will share first-hand experiences for building a Gigabit city during his keynote presentation. BBSS attendees will also hear from ADTRAN executives and research scientists on current innovations and the future of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networking (SDN), network design for Gigabit services, automation, G.fast, Super Read More
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Press Releases

  • Applying Data Center Principles to Next-Gen Broadband Architectures +

    Applying Data Center Principles to Next-Gen Broadband Architectures Influenced by the network and services scale and agility that data center networks have achieved over the past decade, telecommunications networks are now applying those same architectural principles to transform the way in which broadband networks are being built going forward. The resultant next generation network drastically streamlines service and application innovation to enable new revenue streams offsetting the increased competition from (Over-the-Top) OTT providers and the cost of maintaining annual double-digit LTE, enterprise and broadband traffic growth. Read More
  • Preparing Your Network for a Gig +

    Kurt Raaflaub Make no mistake, if you offer a 1 Gigabit-per-second symmetric broadband service you had better be able to deliver the goods. Even when you consider that the average peak time usage per broadband* user today is only around 2Mbps levels, that Gigabit Broadband ‘Killer app” still exists – the broadband speed test! – which needs to be supported. Most new Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) networks can handle this widely used application, having the available access capacity to both support the full Gigabit per second burst satisfying the network speed test while still supporting peak time applications. Many industry analysts are surprised to hear that most Gigabit Broadband players are using the fiber sharing GPON technology, and not point to point (P2P) Ethernet, FTTH technology. Read More
  • ADTRAN Supports Gigabit Broadband Adoption at Ohio Telecom Association Statehouse Day +

    ADTRAN Supports Gigabit Broadband Adoption at Ohio Telecom Association Statehouse Day This week ADTRAN is participating in the Ohio Telecom Association (OTA) Statehouse Day in Columbus, OH. The event brings together Ohio state legislators and service providers such as AT&T, CenturyLink, Frontier, Cincinnati Bell, Verizon, Windstream, ORBA, and more. ADTRAN is pleased to have the opportunity to share examples of the economic benefits Gigabit broadband is bringing to the residents, businesses and students of Ohio. Read More
  • Innovation That Matters: XGS-PON is Here! +

    Innovation That Matters: XGS-PON is Here! Last week the ITU working group developing the XGS-PON standard (ITU-T Q2/15) approved the document to be forwarded for consent. What exactly does that mean? The XGS-PON standardization effort that kicked off last summer has moved to the next step toward standardization with final comments being solicited. Once all comments have been resolved, XGS-PON will be an official new broadband standard. The effort lead by ADTRAN, Alcatel-Lucent, BT, China Telecom, Huawei, and Orange will see next generation 10Gbps broadband technologies double the useable life span of a fiber network regardless of how fast the market's broadband traffic usage grows. Read More
  • Hope You Like the Color of Your Next Gigabit Broadband Gateway +

    Hope You Like the Color of Your Next Gigabit Broadband Gateway New broadband technologies are constantly evolving and that’s a good thing. As consumers, we need innovation providing us both cost reduction and capability expansion to keep up with our demand for more bandwidth and support emerging residential and business services. Over the last few decades we have seen first generation wireless networks and cell phones go from supporting only voice to smart phones and 4G networks supporting voice, data and streaming video--amazing stuff that drives us to line up at the store every year for an iPhone or Android with better battery life, bigger screens, and more memory to support new applications. Read More
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