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Southeast Asian Cable Operators MegaVision and Converge ICT Leverage Calix to Make Leap to Fiber

Calix E7-2 and GigaFamily systems deliver an unmatched fiber experience to subscribers in Indonesia and the Philippines

PETALUMA, CA – September 26, 2016 – Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX), the world leader in enabling next generation service delivery with an unmatched subscriber experience, today announced cable operators Cemerland Multimedia (MegaVision) in Indonesia and Converge ICT (CICT) in the Philippines are leveraging Calix GPON solutions as they transform portions of their networks to fiber. Both operators are examples of a growing trend among cable operators globally who are making the leap to fiber to meet rising subscriber demand for ultra-high-speed broadband services and an unmatched subscriber experience.

In the Philippines, Manila-based CICT has already seen an enhanced subscriber experience and more responsive subscriber care as a result of its network transformation to Calix-based GPON technology. Through the assistance of Calix Channel Partner Tel-trade Communication and Development Inc., CICT is utilizing the Calix 813G GigaHub and E7-2 Modular Access System to ready the network for the roll out of new services, including television and high-speed Internet with speeds up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps) in several cities in northern Luzon, the largest and most populous island in the nation. CICT is also utilizing Calix Open Link Cable software to emulate the OSS interfaces that are used by DOCSIS products to seamlessly integrate GPON into their existing back-office operations.

“Transforming our network to fiber enables us to stay ahead of competition and meet our subscribers’ ever-growing needs for higher broadband speeds and a trouble-free network,” said Dennis Anthony Uy, President and CEO at CICT. “Working with Tel-trade to deploy next generation solutions from Calix has allowed us to transform rapidly and truly differentiate our service offering from our competition.”

MegaVision, based in Bandung (Indonesia’s third largest city), has also transformed its network, moving away from legacy DOCSIS products to GPON using the combined the Calix 801G GigaPoint and E7-2 solution. Working with Calix Channel Partner Twoway Communications to implement this network modernization project, MegaVision is well underway with Phase 1 of this project – a doubling of broadband speeds available in their subscriber service packages.

“In a short time, the Calix fiber solutions have already enabled MegaVision to greatly enhance our subscriber service offering,” said Vincent Lu, Chairman of MegaVision. “With fiber in place, we have the foundation in place to continue to introduce faster speeds and more advanced broadband services as our subscribers’ needs change. We have already seen new efficiencies in our internal operations through the fiber network, which results in an improved experience and more positive feedback from our subscribers.”

“Both MegaVision and Converge ICT highlight the need for cable operators to transform their networks to fiber to meet the needs of their device-enabled subscribers,” said Andy Lockhart, senior vice president of international sales at Calix. “Each of these operators knew fiber was the path to get them to delivering an unmatched subscriber experience. We are seeing more and more cable operators make the move to fiber, both in Southeast Asia and around the globe. Trusted local Calix Channel Partners Twoway and Tel-trade have been instrumental to supporting each of these companies through their respective transformation efforts. Congratulation to both MegaVision and CICT on their success to date.”

To learn more about how Calix is accelerating the network transformation efforts of cable operators, visit the Calix booth (#641) at the SCTE/ISBE Cable-Tec Expo at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, September 26-29.

Xillio Introduces Adobe Experience Manager Connector

AEM connector used for integration with other content repositories and for content migrations.

Hilversum, September 20, 2016 – Xillio, provider of the Content ETL Platform, introduces the new Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) connector. By making this connector available, Xillio is again increasing its capacity to effectively manage unstructured content and making this content available for other systems or processen. The connector is used when organizations want to export content from AEM or want to import to AEM in case of a migration. In addition, the Xillio connector is used to make content from AEM available for business processes, such as search, translations and the integration with other content management systems.

Export and import
The AEM connector includes both an import and an export connector so that it can be used when Adobe Experience Manager is either the source system or target system. The connector exports all components (including structure, versions, relationships, links, files and images) from Adobe Experience Manager. The import connector allows for content from another web content management system or from an older version of AEM to easily and without loss of quality be imported in the new AEM system.

Because of the utilization of Xillio’s Unified Data Model, the structure, content types, versions and values are transferred correctly. Also, relationships, links to other pages, files and images are reconstructed in the new system.

Connector collection
Rikkert Engels, founder and CEO of Xillio, said: “In our portfolio of more than 20 connectors, we already have multiple connectors to content repositories, such as OpenText, Alfresco, SharePoint, file share and many more. By adding the AEM connector to our list, we are moving closer to our corporate goal: Making information interoperable and available for various business processes."

Unified Data Model
All connectors developed by Xillio are based on the Unified Data Model (UDM). The UDM is used by Xillio “under water” as a temporary UDM to ensure that different content repositories can be connected to each other and that the content from these sources is exchangeabe with each other. This also ensures that the content sources can be easily integrated into business applications.

More information about the Adobe Experience Manager connector can be found on the Xillio support site:

WP Engine Expands Global Presence With New Innovation And Technical Support Centre In Ireland

Office Will Serve Over 50,000 Brands In 69 EMEA Countries; Creating 100 Jobs

SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 – LIMERICK, IRELAND: WP Engine, a company that powers amazing digital experiences for websites and applications built on the WordPress platform announced the opening of its new Technical Support & Innovation Centre in Limerick today, which is expected to create 100 jobs over three years and further support WP Engine’s surging customer base across EMEA.

WP Engine is the leader in delivering managed services for premium websites built on WordPress. Today, approximately 5% of the online world visits a website powered by WP Engine every day. Globally, over 350,000 digital brands trust WP Engine with their online reputation across 136 countries and counting. Since the launch of its London office in 2015, WP Engine’s customer base has more than doubled.

At an event in Limerick this morning, Irish Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Finance Minister Michael Noonan and Minister of State for Employment & Small Business Pat Breen, and Mary Buckley, Executive Director of IDA Ireland, will be joining WP Engine CEO Heather Brunner, April Downing, CFO and Fabio Torlini, MD EMEA to celebrate the investment in the centre. The project is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

Welcoming the new initiative, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor said "This is a very exciting project and I am really pleased that we have attracted this cutting edge technology company to a regional location and that it is providing 100 quality jobs for Limerick. This follows on from recent jobs announcements which show that there is a momentum growing for jobs in regions around Ireland. Ireland's growing expertise in the ICT sector and our commitment to ensuring that we can provide the requisite skills for companies like WP Engine is clear for all to see. I wish WP Engine the very best for their future in Limerick”.

Speaking at the launch today the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan T.D. said: "I welcome these jobs for Limerick and WP Engine to our neighbourhood. Both Ireland and WP Engine share an international focus and a desire to grow by creating value through hard work and endeavour. I'm confident that the people of Limerick and its surrounds will provide WP Engine with the skilled and motivated workforce it needs to continue its success."

Also speaking at the event Minister for Employment and Small Business Pat Breen T.D., said: "I very much welcome this announcement today in Limerick that WP Engine is establishing here, creating 100 jobs. All jobs created have a positive knock on effect on the wider region. It is important that we continue to pursue opportunities for investment and job creation in new and emerging technology sectors. This investment is a testament to the skilled workforce and the attractiveness of the region. I wish the team at WP Engine every success for the future.”

The company offers award-winning 24/7 support 365 days a year - a key factor in providing the best customer experience possible and building its reputation as the platform upon which the world’s best brands can rely. The expansion in Limerick, the first customer service hub outside the U.S., will allow WP Engine to continue to hire the best customer experience representatives regardless of geography and get closer to its customers in EMEA. Further, drawing on the highly skilled technical talent in Ireland’s third largest metropolitan area, the new centre will also expand what is already the industry’s largest R&D organization with a dedicated team based in Limerick to accelerate development of WP Engine’s state-of-the-art managed WordPress platform.

IDA Ireland’s Executive Director Mary Buckley said: “This is a terrific investment by this high growth technology company in a key regional location. Its presence here will serve as a compelling reference seller of the location for other technology companies. The benefit of 100 new jobs to the local area and economy will be substantial. I wish WP Engine every success here.”

With customers ranging from individuals and startups to multinational corporations such as AMD, Network Rail, New Relic, Ryanair, SoundCloud, The Motley Fool, Under Armour and Warby Parker, WP Engine offers a subscription-based service for WordPress users, providing them with a range of managed services, including security, cloud hosting, developer tools, disaster recovery and international award-winning support.

“WP Engine is focused on building the best managed WordPress platform in the world and we’re incredibly proud to be opening our new Technical Support and Innovation Centre in Ireland,“ said Heather Brunner, CEO of WP Engine. “As a company we aim to be present in cities that are successful in terms of job creation and attracting businesses - as represented by our offices in Austin, San Antonio, San Francisco, and more recently London. Limerick, similarly, has a terrific environment and culture where the community, government and business leaders are committed to building local talent and creating a technology innovation and incubation center. We look forward to serving and advancing the Limerick tech ecosystem.”

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