Canby Telcom, Adtran to deploy Gigabit community in Pacific Northwest

Adtran, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADTN) said it is enabling Canby Telcom to deliver Gigabit services to the town of Canby, Oregon.

Canby, located southeast of Portland, is turning to Gigabit services to attract large brand name and high-tech corporations to the area. Through ultra-fast broadband speeds both existing businesses and those looking to relocate to Canby can now easily connect to the global economy, creating more jobs and supporting long-term growth for the area.

Canby Telcom has developed a reputation as a forward-thinking service provider in the region and has remained ahead of the innovation curve by being the first to bring advanced technologies to the local community. As an early adopter of FTTH infrastructure, Canby Telcom has spearheaded multiple cutting-edge technology projects including developing an over-the-top (OTT) video streaming service to better assist the growing needs of local residents and business owners.

Adtran´s Gigabit portfolio has enabled Canby Telcom to be among the first to deliver next-generation Gigabit services to more than 2,500 local residents and businesses. Since launching Gigabit Internet as part of its Fiber Optic Zone (FOz) service, the community has experienced an immediate positive economic impact

Adtran´s Enabling Communities, Connecting Lives program showcases how innovative technologies are being used in cities, towns and communities across the country to support economic growth, urban redevelopment, educational and municipal service support, and innovative residential service delivery.

Canby Telcom provides information, communication and entertainment services to more than 7,000 customers over an 84-square-mile foot print in the northern Willamette Valley of Oregon. Visit www.canbytel.com for more information.

Adtran, Inc. is a leading global provider of networking and communications equipment. For more information, visit www.adtran.com.

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