A high-bandwidth device for delivery of so-called last mile broadband services from Hatteras Networks received the 2004 SuperQuest most promising network technology award in access networking equipment.
Hatteras’ Metro Ethernet Copper Access solution will be demonstrated at SuperComm 2004 in Chicago from June 20-24.
The SuperQuest awards have been given out over the past seven years. Selections are made by a panel of judges made up of press, analysts and networking experts.
“The Hatteras system enables carriers to scale both bandwidth and advanced services to meet the growing demand for mission-critical service applications in each market, including the enforcement of service level agreements required to guarantee business-grade data and IP voice services,” said Erik Keith, senior analyst for broadband infrastructure at Current Analysis.
Hatteras Networks: www.hatterasnetworks.com