3 from Europe and 1 from Arizona:
Adtran has started several businesses in southeastern Europe. PPC, Greece’s largest utility, is using Adtran’s open, subdivided 10G fiber optic access platform to power a pilot building in his Peristeri suburb just northwest of Athens. increase. The company has 6 million electricity customers and over the next four years he aims to connect 3 million homes and businesses with fiber.
Viavi officially opens a new manufacturing facility in Chandler, Arizona, just southeast of Phoenix. The company moved its operations from California to the Phoenix metropolitan area last year, moving its headquarters and building a new facility in Chandler. Viavi has $1.3 billion in revenue in 2022.
RETN has introduced a new service called Last Mile over IP. The idea is to allow the customer to interconnect with her RETN’s network using their existing internet access via a small uCPE installation. Its hardware handles the necessary encryption, firewalling, and IPv4/IPv6 support with various access technologies.
And Sparkle has a new CEO. The board of directors of his TIM, Sparkle’s parent company, has appointed Enrico Maria Bagnasco as the new leader of its international network division. He takes over from Elisabetta Romano for the first time in two years. Mr. Romano is also TIM’s CNO and Wholesale Officer and will retain his role as a director.
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