Sunday, January 29, 2012

Fujitsu Wins Key Domain Supplier Status with AT&T

Fujitsu Network Communications has been selected as one of AT&T's Domain Suppliers for optical and transport equipment. The multi-year selection covers equipment used to expand and maintain AT&T's metropolitan and long-haul network infrastructure. Financial terms of the supplier agreement are still being negotiated.


AT&T's Domain Supplier program, launched in September 2009, facilitates a more collaborative relationship with AT&T's equipment and software suppliers, enabling AT&T to have the best technologies in place to serve its customers. The program is also designed to ensure that the company's network technology investment accelerates AT&T's move toward a network that is well-equipped for the future.

Fujitsu Network Communications, which is headquartered in Richardson, Texas, offers packet optical networking solutions, WDM and SONET platforms manufactured in North America. It also provides multi-vendor network services as well as end-to-end solutions for design, implementation, migration, support and management of optical networks.


"After an extensive evaluation of multiple optical and transport equipment suppliers, we are pleased to extend our relationship with Fujitsu," said Tim Harden, President of AT&T's Supply Chain and Fleet Operations organization.
http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/telecom/

  • In August 2011, Fujitsu introduced an Ethernet over Anything (EoX) framework that enables its FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet Optical Networking Platform (Packet ONP) to serve as a gateway for delivering Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF)-compliant services across various transport networks. Fujitsu's EoX vision, which is initially implemented as an EoX Gateway configuration of the FLASHWAVE 9500, now extends into the company's portfolio of access products.

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