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Nexans deliver TeliSwitch AODF to Stokab in Sweden

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FTTH
TeliSwitch Solutions will exhibit and demonstrate the AODF at Luxemburg FTTH Council
February 17-18 2016

We are located at S16 with our partner, Nexans Interface.

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Nexans and TeliSwitch Automatic Optical Distribution Frame (AODF) put a robot in charge of fiber optic cross connections
February 18, 2014
Paris
Read the press-release on Nexans web-site

FTTH Conference 2014 Stockholm
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FTTH Conference
February 18-20, 2014
Stockholm
Hosted at Nexans Booth # G06

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FTTH Conference
February 19-12, 2013
London
Co-exhibitor at ROTAL Booth # b37

Broadband World Forum 2012
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Broadband World Forum 2012
October 16-18
RAI, Amsterdam
Hall 11, Booth E35

July 23, 2012
TeliSwitch Unveils PON Automated ODF (AODF-PON)
AODF-PON saves up to 50% on OLT ports in FTTH/B deployments
TeliSwitch Solutions (www.teliswitch.com) today announced the release of its patented AODF-PON that enables dynamic changing of the splitting ratio in Passive Optical Networks (PON) to be adaptable to service penetration and meeting bandwidth service demand requirements.
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Lightwave Online
TeliSwitch Unveils PON Automated ODF (AODF-PON)
Israeli optical switch developer TeliSwitch Solutions says it is ready to begin shipments of its new PON Automated Optical Distribution Frame (AODF-PON). The AODF-PON, which combines the company’s patented opto-mechatronic switching architecture with embedded splitters, enables operators to flexibly adjust PON splits as subscriber counts and bandwidth service demands require.
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Lightwave Online
PONautomatizado ODF de TeliSwitch
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TeliSwitch Solutions ha anunciado el lanzamiento de su AODF-PON patentado que permite un cambio dinámico de la media de separación en redes ópticas pasivas (PON) que se van a adaptar a los requisitos de servicio de penetración y reunión de demanda de banda ancha.
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November 16, 2011
Pyramid Research: FTTH Lines Expected to Triple by 2016
FTTH lines are projected to almost triple globally, from 68 million in 2011 to 198 million in 2016, driven by uptake in China, Russia, and the US and increasing deployments from Western European incumbent operators. Pyramid Research expects FTTH broadband to generate nearly $116 billion in service revenue by 2016 worldwide, creating opportunities for all of the stakeholders in the value chain.
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