ARRIS diets on fiber

June 2005
CED;Jun2005, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents information on a reseller and technology development deal of ARRIS Corp. with Amedia Networks Inc. to market fiber-to-the-premises gear of the later. Under this deal Amedia Networks Inc.'s line of "QoStream" Ethernet optical access network gear will be marketed by ARRIS to operators worldwide.


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