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October 9, 2007
Occam Networks Inc. (Booth 915) significantly is increasing its commitment to the DSL Forum, based on the associations continued work to expand the BroadbandSuite to better enable end-to-end access-agnostic service delivery, manageability and efficiency as well as other forum activities.
We are excited by the progress of the BroadbandSuite as well as the quality and technical direction of the forums technical reports and white papers, said Bob Howard-Anderson, president and CEO of Occam Networks. Occam is committed to promoting the DSL Forums works and supporting the new work under way. The Forums work continues to align with Occams vision of enabling high-performance next-generation services with simplicity.
Occams increasing support for the DSL Forum includes the appointment of Dov Zimring, Occams director of strategic technology and solutions and currently a DSL Forum ambassador, to chair of the DSL Forums Ambassador Committee.
Occams IP-based and Ethernet-based broadband loop carrier products and services leverage many of the DSL Forums Technical Reports to better enable service providers to deploy IPTV and other emerging applications in the most efficient possible way. The DSL Forum consistently has brought the industry thought leaders together in identifying optimal architectures, test methodologies, home networking capabilities and network management techniques to solve emerging service provider business challenges. The DSL Forums TR-101, Migration to Ethernet-Based DSL Aggregation, is a cornerstone in the architecture of tripleplay networks deployed around the world. The BroadbandHome component of the DSL Forums BroadbandSuite, built on TR-069, has seen worldwide adoption and interest from many other forums and standards organizations.
Occam Networks Inc. www.occamnetworks.com
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