Motorola and Communications Test Design (CTDI), an engineering, repair and logistics company, have announced that Motorola has divested its proven Fiber-to-the-Node (FTTN) product family to CTDI, effective July 2, 2009. Beginning immediately, CTDI will provide all sales, manufacturing, repair, and technical support services for the FTTN platform, which was first made available by Motorola in 1998.

"Motorola’s business focus has shifted from legacy FTTN networks to new deployments of Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) technology by Tier 1 telco customers around the world," said Joe Cozzolino, SVP and GM, access networks solutions, home and networks mobility for Motorola, in a prepared statement.

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