CyC chooses MRV OptiSwitch for mobile backhaul in Argentina

November 2012
Fiber Optics Weekly Update;11/9/2012, Vol. 32 Issue 45, p11
The article discusses the deployment of MRV Communications, Inc.'s OptiSwitch Carrier Ethernet Access products in a contract won by MRV from CyC S.A., the telecommunications subsidiary of the largest electricity company in Argentina, to support mobile backhaul and other data services.


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