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New NYCE Networks exhibiting at TelcoTV 2010 conference - 13-November-2010, 21:06

NYCE Networks exhibiting at TelcoTV 2010 conference

NYCE Networks, a leading provider of innovative Plastic Optical Fiber to Ethernet products, has announced that NYCE will be exhibiting at TelcoTV 2010 Conference & Expo, from November 9-11, 2010 at the Venetian Resort, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The TelcoTV 2010 Conference & Expo is a major North American tradeshow for the telecommunications industry which focuses on the emerging video services market for telcos.

NYCE will exhibiting at Booth 160 to the immediate left of the Standards Pavilion at the show. NYCE will also be featured in the upcoming November 2010 issue of IPTV International Magazine. Attendees of the TelcoTV show will receive a free copy of this issue, please be sure to look for NYCEs ad on the inside front cover of the magazine.

We are very pleased to be exhibiting at the TelcoTV 2010 Conference & Expo. says Bill Gill, VP Sales and Marketing for NYCE, We will be featuring many of our innovative Flexible Fiber technology products, as well as North Americas first UL Certified Plastic Optical Fiber Plenum cable and Media Converter Kit which are ideal for telcos looking to deploy leading customer premise equipment that can deliver video services.

NYCE will be demonstrating several of their leading Plastic Optical Fiber products for residential and commercial networking including the NYCE EPM-2, a POF to Ethernet Media Converter Switch. More and more residential and commercial customers are being connected directly to last-mile Fiber Optic networks worldwide. This has created a great opportunity for Broadband Service Providers to deliver much faster Internet services and acquire new customers. Broadband Service Providers need reliable CPE products that will convert the Fiber connection into an Ethernet network within the customer premises. The EPM-2 is an ideal solution as it plugs into existing electrical outlets and uses Plastic Optical Fiber to create a high bandwidth network.

Plastic Optical Fiber is only millimeters thick, highly durable and flexible, easy to cut, and is much easier to install and conceal than traditional CAT-5 cabling. POF is also highly immune to cable electrical noise and provides a higher Quality of Service (QoS) than traditional CAT-5 electrical cable networks. This means that POF experiences minimal network congestion that is common from bandwidth-intensive applications like VOIP, IPTV, and online gaming. Many Broadband Service Providers service customer premises that have old communications cabling and face expensive upgrades to deploy traditional home networking products. The EPM-2 allows Broadband Service Providers to service premises with old cabling without having to make an investment in upgrading the premises existing wiring.

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