Fiber Gear Maker Connects With Comcast

Wilson, Carol
January 2000
Inter@ctive Week;01/10/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p24
Reports that Comcast is the first customer for Quantum Bridge Communications' Optical Access System. Passive optical network approach of the firm; Comments from analyst Deb Mielke of Treillage Network.


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