Monday, July 18, 2011

ADTRAN Cites Momentum for Total Access 5000 Platform

ADTRAN announced a number of significant milestones for its flagship Total Access 5000 platform:

  • The Total Access 5000 has seen a market share growth of 136 percent in 2010, the highest increase in the global market, according to market research firm Infonetics.

  • Total Access 5000 has now been adopted by every U.S. Tier 1 and Tier 2 service provider, as well as a growing number of global, regional and rural ILECs, CLECs and alternative carriers.

  • More U.S. Tier 3 and CLEC service providers have selected the Total Access 5000 for Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) deployments than any other platform since September of last year, according to Broadband Communities. This has enabled ADTRAN to take market share from incumbent vendors.

  • The Total Access 5000 is now deployed by carriers on six continents, making it one of the most widely accepted broadband access and transport platforms on the market.

"The Total Access 5000 differs from other access platforms in the industry because it has a proven ability to scale, both in terms of bandwidth capacity and application scope," said Kevin Schneider, CTO, ADTRAN. "This unique design enables service providers to quickly adapt to rapid changes in network capacity requirements, subscriber usage behavior and applications. It also provides the ability to quickly launch new best-in-class service offerings. The Total Access 5000 is commercially deployed to deliver 13 major service offerings today in optical, wireless and wireline applications. With a growing number of network options and industry architecture breakthroughs, the Total Access 5000 provides a means for service evolution for years to come."

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