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Thursday, January 29, 2004


Cable Bahamas launches FTTP technology using C-COR equipment

Cable TV operator Cable Bahamas Ltd. is deploying FTTP (fiber to the premises) to homes and businesses using a PON-based system from cable TV equipment company C-COR.

To my knowledge, this will be C-COR's first deployment. Here's more information on Cable Bahamas:
"Cable Bahamas Ltd. is majority owned by 2,500 Bahamians and the Government of the Bahamas. The company's 270 employees provide world-class cable television service on 16 Bahamian islands; high-speed Internet access services in Grand Bahama, Abaco, Eleuthera, and New Providence; connectivity between the Bahamas and the rest of the world with a 600-kilometer, submarine fiber-optic system owned and operated by wholly-owned subsidiary Caribbean Crossings Ltd; and Web-hosting, data center, and disaster recovery services through wholly-owned subsidiary Maxil Communications Ltd."


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