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  • FSP 3000 AgileConnect

    CWDM

    CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing) is a standardized WDM technology that uses up to 20 different wavelengths for data transmission over a single fiber ...
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  • FSP 3000 CloudConnect

    DWDM

    Our Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) is an optical multiplexing technology used to increase bandwidth over existing fiber networks ...
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  • FSP 3000 TrueTime

    Fibre Channel

    Our FSP 3000 is fully qualified with Brocade’s portfolio, supports all Fibre Channel standards and provides lowest-latency transport for any distance. In fact, it is now the underlying connectivity solution ...
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  • FSP 3000 AgileConnect

    InfiniBand

    SANs grew out of enterprises' need to alleviate the storage access bottleneck by separating LAN/server traffic from storage traffic. By consolidating storage-related devices in a dedicated environment, enterprises and ...
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  • FSP 3000 and FSP 150

    Optical+Ethernet

    The combination of fiber-optic transmission technology and Ethernet-optimized data processing (Optical+Ethernet) is the perfect solution to deliver high-speed connectivity for data, storage, voice and video applications ...
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  • FSP 3000 TrueTime and FSP 3000 MicroConnect

    ROADM

    WDM technology has brought more than an order-of-magnitude increase in the amount of bandwidth that can be transported over fiber. Early implementations were point-to-point only. However, while transport networks may be thought ...
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  • FSP 3000 CloudConnect

    WDM

    Fiber is precious. No other physical medium can carry more data over greater distances. How do you make the best use of your fiber plant? Multiply its capacity by creating virtual fibers. Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) uses multiple wavelengths ...
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  • FSP 3000 TrueTime

    WDM-PON

    The success of broadband services has been overwhelming, creating huge pressure on carriers to upgrade their access and backhaul networks. But budgets are tight and the underlying question remains ...
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    What is Ensemble?

    The ADVA Ensemble product suite is a powerful carrier-class, analytics-driven orchestration solution for virtualizing networks. It is the transformation key to creating significant cost reduction and new revenue generation for providers of communication, data, and media services ...
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    What is NFV?

    Network functions virtualization (NFV) is the concept of replacing dedicated network appliances — such as routers and firewalls — with software running on commercial off-the-shelf servers ...
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  • FSP 150 ProVMi

    What is a VNF?

    As the industry transitions from a dedicated, proprietary hardware-based network model to the new world of virtualized services, the same network functions (routing, switching, Carrier Ethernet access, etc.) are still very much needed ...
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    What is SDN?

    Software-defined networking (SDN) is a network framework that addresses a CSP's need for speed, adaptability, and automation – all of which are crucial for staying competitive in today's communications marketplace. SDN involves separating a network's ...
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    What is big data analytics?

    To get an accurate picture of the health of a network today, big data techniques typically require data from a variety of network and management sources as well as from the services and subscribers. A CSP's big data platform collects, filters, and correlates ...
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  • FSP 150CC-T1804

    What is Carrier Ethernet 2.0?

    Carrier Ethernet 2.0 is the latest generation of Carrier Ethernet defined networks. For CSPs, CE 2.0 is set of network elements, certified by the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF), that connects to transport Carrier Ethernet services for all users both locally and globally ...
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    What is SD-WAN?

    Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) is one of the fastest growing technologies in networking today. SD-WAN enables businesses to control the usage of their bandwidth and reduce costs compared to MPLS-based networks ...
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    What is virtual customer premise equipment?

    Today, many enterprises obtain fixed-data network connectivity through a managed service provider. These service providers typically deliver services via the deployment of physical hardware appliances, such as ...
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