Ottawa, Nov 7, 2005
– BTI Photonic Systems, a leading global supplier of metro edge systems for the build-out of new broadband services, today announced that its Netstender™ platform has been deployed by the EGAT Public Company Limited as it builds out its network for competitive services delivery. For this project, BTI Photonic Systems partnered with TTI (Thai Transmission Industry Co.,Ltd.) a provider of network implementation skills and technology support, to form a competitive team for Thailand’s telecom service providers.
“With deregulation in Thailand, EGAT Plc. is building a world class network for delivery of services throughout the country,” said Wanchai Ganyamas, Assistant Governor-Transmission System Maintenance of EGAT Plc. “We teamed with TTI, who brings the network skills and world class support enabling us to provide competitive choice for telecom services in Thailand. The combination of TTI’s world-class network and technology support team with BTI’s Netstender network extension capabilities allows us to competitively provide effective reach in our network between the major cities throughout Thailand.”
“As a leading telecommunications systems integrator in Thailand providing solutions to carriers, we selected BTI’s Netstender to provide us with leading, network expanding technologies with usability that outstrips the competition,” said Dr. Paisan Etitum, Executive Director of TTI. “Working with BTI is allowing us to provide compelling economics and network growth capabilities for EGAT”.
The partnership of BTI and TTI allows EGAT to build out their network while reducing the complexity of optical networking. With Netstender, EGAT can economically scale its network reach, extending across Thailand a wealth of new competitive telecommunications services already available in the central core.
TTI will be using BTI’s Netstender 2060 and Netstender 1030 for the EGAT build-out of major sites including Bangkok, Phitsanulok, Chiangmai, Suratthani, Hat Yai, plus others. In concert with a Marconi SDH solution, BTI is providing EGAT with a complete network backbone for delivery of competitive services.
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) was established on May 1, 1969, later privatized as EGAT, Plc. on June 24, 2005 with an initial registered capital of THB 60 billion and is currently in the process of being listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. EGAT presently builds, owns and operates several types and sizes of power plants across the country with a combined installed capacity of 15,794.60 MW, accounting for about 59 percent of the country's generating capacity. EGAT has currently installed over 8000km of OPGW fiber optics and communications network throughout the country. EGAT also aims to be the ASEAN Power Grid center and the region's leading company in energy and related businesses. http://www.egat.co.th/en/
Thai Transmission Industry Co., Ltd. (TTI) was founded in 1996 with the objectives to provide end-to-end solutions and services for all businesses and communications needs. Its current customers include large organizations in the government and private sectors of Thailand and Indochina region. The company has been offering a fully integrated range of services encompassing the design, installation, training and maintenance of key technologies including transmission network, data communications network and business applications. TTI is recognized as one of the best telecommunications system integrators for its customer support services and end-to-end technology expertise in the region. http://www.thaitransmission.com/
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BTI Photonic Systems is a leading global supplier of metro edge optical systems for the build-out of new broadband services. BTI’s Netstender™ is the industry’s first independent managed platform, providing a unique photonic layer approach for broadband service connectivity at the metro edge. For more information, visit http://www.btiphotonics.com/
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