Senior Product Manager, Access
John Hoover is senior product manager for access products at Tellabs. In this role, he is responsible for product line management and marketing for all access products including the Optical LAN solutions.
Previously, John held multiple roles in Tellabs’ access division, where he influenced major industry milestones such as early RBOC PON deployments, telecom video implementations, Optical LAN adoption and SARDANA research. For the past decade, he has provided application engineering and product management for IP, Ethernet, PON, DSL, voice, video, data network, transport network and wireless network technologies. He has provided design and implementation for enterprises, MDU, education, hospitality, healthcare, cable, wireless and wireline service provider projects ranging from thousands of dollars to billions of dollars.
John has more than 15 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Minor in Economics from California State University Long Beach School of Business.
April 11, 2013 / 10:00 AM
Ask a telecom service provider’s CTO, “Would you prefer to operate network infrastructure based on fiber optics or a copper-based network?” These CTOs snap back in a second, “Fiber!”
October 30, 2012 / 9:00 AM
In September, Tellabs hosted its annual Industry Analyst Conference and unveiled our brand new Tellabs® 100 Series Mini Optical Network Terminals. We interviewed several analysts from around the globe to collect their thoughts on our new products.
October 9, 2012 / 9:26 AM
Last month, Tellabs announced the launch of the Tellabs® 100 Series Mini Optical Network Terminals.
The Tellabs mini ONT builds on the Optical LAN value proposition of up to 70% CapEx savings, up to 80% energy savings and up to 90% space savings. Plus, you can install it in single gang electrical receptacle, whether in a wall or in a cubicle raceway.
Now, customers can better take advantage of passive optical networks for commercial enterprise and federal government—all while eliminating the impact of desktop ONTs, additional cabling, power supply bricks and battery backup units.
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