The RDUP, a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, provides loans and grants that aim to speed the deployment of technology in small towns and rural areas.
Corning products listed include a range of fiber terminals and assemblies, cabinets, terminals and closures, and pedestals.
The event, to be held in Keystone, Colo., is off-limits to reporters, of course, but we’re only too happy to share word about what the vendors will be demonstrating.
Carrier Access said it will demo its “pseudowire solution” for managed wireless backhaul services. The “MASTERseries” system, the company said, transports TDM circuits over an IP infrastructure. The platform comes in rack-mountable 8- or 2-slot configurations.
C-COR Inc. soon followed, announcing that it will team up with OpenTV to show off their switched digital video platform. C-COR will also demo its latest OSS, on-demand technology, 1 GHz transmitters, segmentable nodes and amps, and “VoiceAssure,” a VoIP service lifecycle management system.