Sector: Communication Equipment
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ADTRAN, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and service of a range of network access products to communications networks worldwide. Its products are classified into three categories: Systems, High bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL/T1), and Digital Business Transport (DBT). Its Systems category's products include broadband access platforms, OSP digital subscriber line access multiplexers, Internet protocol access routers, Ethernet switches, optical access multiplexers and service units, fixed wireless radios, M13/STS-1 multiplexers, narrowband access platforms, IMA concentrators, integrated access devices, and Internet security/firewall appliances and related access equipment. The HDSL/T1 category includes various Time Division Multiplex and ATM products used to deploy T1/E1, fractional T1/E1, and Symmetrical HDSL (SHDSL) services to businesses over dedicated leased-line copper. The products in this category include carrier-based HDSL, HDSL2, and HDSL4 solutions for the central office, outside plant, and customer premises; global TDM-based SHDSL solutions; and enterprise-based T1 and T3 Data Service Units/Channel Service Units and multiplexers. The DBT category includes legacy products used to deploy integrated services digital network, digital data service, and frame relay services. The company provides its services to large and small independent telephone companies, competitive service providers, Internet service providers, long distance service providers, wireless service providers, and incumbent carriers and competitive service providers. It also serves private and public organizations in various markets, including finance, retail, food service, government, education, healthcare, manufacturing, military, transportation, hospitality, and energy/utility. ADTRAN was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama.