Corning Presents its Telecommunications Infrastructure Portfolio at Futurecom 2016

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Corning Presents its Telecommunications Infrastructure Portfolio at Futurecom 2016

Corning Presents its Telecommunications Infrastructure Portfolio at Futurecom 2016

Corning Presents its Telecommunications Portfolio

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Corning Presents its Telecommunications Infrastructure Portfolio at Futurecom 2016
Corning Presents its Telecommunications Infrastructure Portfolio at Futurecom 2016
Corning, NY | Corning Incorporated | 2016年10月17日
Demonstrations, panel discussions focus on deployment in small and medium-sized towns

Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) announces that it will display its extensive portfolio of telecommunications infrastructure solutions and participate in discussions with market experts at Futurecom  2016, Oct. 17-20, in São Paulo, Brazil. Corning Optical Communications’ displays will be located at Stand C9.

Corning, is a global leader in the fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) segment and a leading global provider of solutions to fiber optic networks and voice and data communications systems.

Corning will present passive optical network (PON) solutions that offer the most advanced technologies in connectivity for indoor-plant installations (MDU) and outside-plant FTTH, enabling cost-effective optical fiber deployment. In addition, the company will present solutions for data centers and wireless indoor facilities as well as other technological innovations.

Corning experts will take part in two Futurecom discussion sessions in the Mexican Auditorium.

At 10:50 a.m. Oct. 17, Juliano Covas Pereira, sales manager for Corning Optical Communications, will participate in a panel discussion titled: “ISPs contributing to the universalization of broadband and the services in small and medium towns.”  Pereira will discuss the role of internet service providers (ISPs) to bring broadband to locations outside major urban centers, and factors that need to be taken into account to help ensure profitability of smaller-scale deployments. The presentation can be seen at:

At 4 p.m. Oct. 19, Bob Whitman, global vice president of Market Development for Corning Optical Communications, will present “Fiber-to-the-Home Evolution and Network Convergence.”  Whitman will address the benefits of different network architectures and their evolution that allows the convergence of next-generation residential and business service offerings. The presentation can be seen at:

“Since our region still has low levels of broadband penetration, this event offers Corning a wonderful opportunity to discuss the universalization of broadband and the importance of investments in fiber optic network infrastructure in Brazil,” said Ricardo Claro, Marketing and Market Development manager, Latin America, Corning Optical Communications. “Corning has a globally-proven FTTH strategy and solution portfolio, and our goal is to transform our customers’ businesses with the latest tools that extend the power of communication.”

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