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Occam networks partners with Ring-NET

Occam Network, a broadband access supplier providing multi-service access platform, or “MSAP,” solutions based on pure packet technologies, has expanded its EMEA reseller network by signing Ring-NET of Budapest.

Ring-NET covers the whole of Hungary and is a systems integrator throughout the Central and Eastern European telecommunications market. The company’s expertise are IP systems, VoIP systems and IP based video transmission systems, and other cable IP networks at enterprises and carriers including Magyar telephone company, Hungary, Antenna Hungaria, British Telecom Hungary and the BME Technical University.

“The Hungarian market is developing rapidly, in most cases much faster than those of its neighbors, and there is a real demand for high performance broadband access and new services such as IPTV (News - Alert),” said Ring-NET CEO Tibor Orbán. “Occam's FTTP and DSL solutions give us flexible, reliable tools to meet these needs.”

“As one of the leaders in our market we are looking to constantly bring world class levels of service delivery and reliability and we are delighted to be teaming up with Occam Networks, who have vast experience in telecommunications and entertainment service delivery. Combined with our attention to customer needs, we offer a compelling solution to broadband network operators,” Orbán added.

Occam systems deliver flexibility and scalability in a Triple Play (News - Alert)world. Over 2.5 million BLC 6000 ports are currently deployed at over 350 service providers worldwide.

“As demand for increased bandwidth from both residential and enterprise users escalates, European network operators of all sizes are selecting fiber technologies such as Ethernet and GPON as the infrastructure solution of choice,” said Russ Sharer (News - Alert), vice president of Marketing at Occam Networks. “This fits ideally with our range of products and I'm absolutely delighted to have Ring-NET join our growing base of strategic reseller partners to satisfy the broadband needs of the Hungarian market.” (TCM.net)