STATE COLLEGE, Pa., June 25 -- C-COR.net said that it was part of a successful consortium bid to develop a broadband network in Indonesia for Pt. Indosat Mega Media (IMM). During the first phase of the contract, C-COR.net will supply equipment for the construction of a hybrid fiber coax (HFC) system passing 15,000 Indonesian homes from two headends -- one in Jakarta and one in Surabaya. Designed for 500 to 750 homes per node, the new network will include C-COR.net's lumaCOR Amplitude Modulation (AM) fiber optic headend equipment, naviCOR optical nodes, FlexNet 900 Series coaxial cable amplifiers, and the Cable Network Manager (CNM) element management system. The network will offer video and cable modem service to subscribers. IMM anticipates eventually expanding the project to include more than 400,000 homes passed. The winning consortium includes Fujikura Ltd. of Japan serving as the optical fiber manufacturer; Pt. Sumitomo Indonesia of Indonesia and Sumitomo Corp. of Japan serving as the main contractor to IMM and total project coordinator; and Pan Asian Systems (PAS) of Hong Kong supplying signal distribution equipment. PAS is C-COR.net's exclusive distributor in Asia and its representative within the consortium team.