Definitions for calixˈkeɪ lɪks, ˈkæl ɪks; ˈkæl ɪˌsiz
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ca•lixˈkeɪ lɪks, ˈkæl ɪks; ˈkæl ɪˌsiz(n.)(pl.)cal•i•ces
a cup or chalice.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Religion
Origin of calix:
1705–10; < L; see chalice
a cup. See Calyx
Calix is a communications equipment supplier focused solely on access solutions for broadband service delivery. Service providers deploy Calix access systems to enable a rich set of information, communication, and entertainment services and to expand their revenue base beyond connectivity. Calix access innovation helps service providers transform their networks from circuit to packet, narrowband to broadband, and copper to fiber. Calix has deployed millions of ports and tens of thousands of systems into hundreds of service provider networks throughout North America.
Calix is a supplier of telecommunications access equipment for service providers. The company was incorporated in 1999. Calix is a North American provider of broadband communications access systems and software for fiber- and copper-based network architectures that enable communications service providers to connect to their residential and business subscribers. Calix has shipped over eight million ports of its Unified Access portfolio to more than 900 North American and international customers, whose networks serve over 40 million subscriber lines in total. Calix maintains facilities in Petaluma, CA, Minneapolis, MN, Boston, MA, Santa Barbara, CA, Fremont, CA, San Jose, CA and Richardson, TX in the USA and a facility in Nanjing, China.
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