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Integan picks SEE Telecom, Vector for optical node extension

Wednesday 25 January 2012 | 16:18 CET | News
Belgium-based company SEE Telecom, in close partnership with the Polish company Vector, has signed a multi-year frame agreement with the Belgian cable operator Integan for Integan's node extension project. Integan aims to triple the number of optical nodes in the network to lower the number of subscribers per node. SEE Telecom's eACSYS headend equipment allows the customer to quadruple the capacity in the same space while reducing the power consumption by 60 percent. The Vector Beta Pro 60 node prepares Integan for the future fibre deep network architectures.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Integan OV / See Telecom
Countries: Belgium
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