February 28, 2015 4:00 PM ET

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Company Overview of Fujitsu Network Communications Inc.

Company Overview

Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells broadband transmission and switching technologies, synchronous optical networks, network management software, high capacity WDM transport systems, and optical networking solutions. It provides IT and telecommunications solutions for the North American service provider and cable TV markets. Its products include metro edge and access, regional and metro core, long haul, MSO/CATV, research and education, and management systems, as well as data, mobility, and government solutions. The company also offers IT consulting and integration services, including content management, enterprise compliance management, enterprise resource p...

2801 Telecom Parkway

Richardson, TX 75082

United States

Founded in 1996





Key Executives for Fujitsu Network Communications Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Executive Vice President
Senior Vice President of Development
Age: 65
Senior Vice President of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. Key Developments

Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. Collaborate with Advanced Communications Technology to Deliver 100 G Broadband Service in the State of Wyoming

Fujitsu announced Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. is collaborating with Advanced Communications Technology to deliver 100 G broadband service in the State of Wyoming. ACT's new 100 G capabilities support Wyoming Governor Matt Mead's Unified Network vision of providing broadband access to all residents and businesses across the state. With access to a 100G network, school teachers and students can communicate via video with their peers across the country and around the world; interactive learning experiences that once were out of reach become part of the regular curriculum. For state agencies, broadband means being able to assist citizens by making more information readily available online and expanding eGovernment services. Wyoming's Unified Network also creates a trunk off of which private providers may build 100 G networks for business creation or relocation, generating high skilled job opportunities. Already the promise of 100 G bandwidth is furthering the state's efforts to attract data center developments, which the governor's office sees as a natural fit for Wyoming's economy, geography and climate. ACT chose Fujitsu's FLASHWAVE 9500, 88 channel Packet Optical Networking Platform (Packet ONP) to expand the state network's existing backbone capacity to 100G. ACT selected the FLASHWAVE 9500 for its ability to converge Ethernet, SONET and wavelength services support onto a single network platform, and to take advantage of ACT's previous investment in Fujitsu network solutions by enabling 100G capacity upgrades across its entire embedded base of Fujitsu FLASHWAVE 7500 Metro/Regional Multiservice ROADMs, resulting in a statewide 100G backbone network. ACT will perform all installation, testing and turn-up of the network. The company's track-record of successfully networking schools and businesses throughout the region is well known. ACT has earned a reputation for implementing advanced technologies on-time and within budget.

Labyrinth Optical Technologies LLC Enters into Settlement and Patent License Agreement with Fujitsu Network Communications

Acacia Research Corporation announced that its Labyrinth Optical Technologies LLC subsidiary has entered into a settlement and patent license agreement with Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. The agreement resolves litigation that was pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.

Fujitsu Network Communications Unveils High Capacity E-Band Radio for the North American Market

Fujitsu announced the BroadOne(TM) GX4000 E-Band Solution for the North American market. Operating in the 70/80 GHz or E-band, which allows access to a wider radio frequency spectrum, the BroadOne GX4000 Series is the only product of its kind using patented Impulse Radio Technology to achieve 3 Gbps transmission rates, and ultra-low latency. With its compact form factor and easy installation, the GX4000 is ideally suited for applications requiring ultra-high capacity, short spans, where fiber is not available. Radio access networks are quickly evolving toward LTE-Advanced, requiring much higher capacity in the backhaul and fronthaul networks. The BroadOne GX4000 is supported and managed by the NETSMART(R) 1500 Management System. Its intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) makes provisioning, maintenance and troubleshooting a simple, efficient process. The NETSMART 1500 Management System empowers service providers to reduce operating expenses by reducing the time and complexity associated with day-to-day operational and maintenance tasks.

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