In the telecommunications network, the global internet traffic growth is growing bandwidth demand. With the installation of Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet solutions, the intranet bandwidth can be increased very rapidly.
Recently INTERNET TELEPHONY, a magazine published by Technology Marketing Corporation, has named ADTRAN’s Ultra Broadband Ethernet solution as a recipient of the 2010 Product of the Year Award. ADTRAN (News - Alert), Inc. is a provider of next-generation networking solutions.
According to a press release, since its establishment in 1998, INTERNET TELEPHONY has honored a select group of companies and organizations annually through its Product of the Year Awards. These awards are given to companies and organizations representing the most innovative new products, as well as demonstrated vision, leadership, and thoroughness.
The 2010 Product of the Year Awards mark the 13th year that winners have been announced by the publication.
“INTERNET TELEPHONY is proud to grant ADTRAN a 2010 Product of the Year Award for Ultra Broadband Ethernet. ADTRAN has proven its commitment to quality and excellence, while addressing real needs for carriers deploying high broadband services,” said Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO of TMC.
The next generation beyond Fiber-To-The-Home, ADTRAN’s Ultra Broadband Ethernet is a revolutionary Ethernet-based class of solutions which initially delivers a 100 Mbps symmetrical broadband service to subscribers with ultra-low power and ultra-low latency. It results in unmatched performance for new and exciting applications such as user-generated content, subscriber video conferencing, high-performance gaming, and more.
Ultra Broadband Ethernet does not require network power and can be deployed and installed virtually anywhere–telephone poles, underground, or in the basement of multi-dwelling units, among other places.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell