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The October 19, 2007 Issue Provided by System Dynamics Inc.
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2007 Fiber-to-the-Home Conference
Bret Swanson of the Discovery Institute estimates annual IP traffic Bret Swanson of the Discovery Institute in Seattle talked about the coming consumer-driven bandwidth explosion he terms "The Exaflood"
HP MediaSmart TV This HP MediaSmart TV is part of a line of networked media devices. [courtesy HP website]
Exhibit area The exhibit area included fiber infrastructure and home networking
Dave with Jack Merrow of Leviton Jack Merrow showed Dave the new features of Leviton's latest Structured Media Center
Jeremy Gallagher, Telect with structured cabling panel Jeremy Gallagher of Telect showed us their color-coded structured cablng panel
Entrance to the Home Networking Zone Entrance to the Home Networking Zone at 2007 FTTH
Mike Kunigonis of Corning Mike Kunigonis of Corning was instrumental in putting together the Home Networking Zone
Asoka HomePlug AV Ethernet adapter Asoka showed its new HomePlug AV Ethernet adapter in the Home Networking Zone
Rich Nesin showiing a HomePNA adapter Rich Nesin showed Dave a HomePNA Ethernet adapter
Carina showed smart meters Carina Technology showed smart meters working with FTTH in the Home Networking Zone
Jim Farmer receiving award from Cathy Harriman Jim Farmer, CTO Wave7 Optics, receiving Chairman's Award from Cathy Harriman, outgoing Chairman of the FTTH Council. His wife's presence was part of the surprise award.
Photos ©2007 System Dynamics Inc.

UPLC Conference
Current demo home in Dallas The Current BPL demo home in Dallas, where the group saw CurrentLook diagnostics and the fiber and BPL equipment structure that enables it
Current overhead coupler Picture of Current overhead coupler shown in Oncor presentation
CurrentLook detection of fault Mike Quinn of Oncor showed how a CurrentLook inidication of low voltage helped Oncor find a transient secondary fault
In-home display The in-home display provides the consumer with the inforamtion required to respond to electricity priciing changes. [courtesy Itron website]
Photos ©2007 System Dynamics Inc.