Optelian Product Portfolio now Includes Tunable XFPs
Optelian Expands Product Portfolio; Announces Availability of Tunable XFPs
Networks operators will benefit from reconfigurability & inventory cost savings
Los Angeles - March 7, 2011 - Optelian, a trusted designer and manufacturer of optical transport systems, today announced the availability of tunable XFPs. The new product will be on display at Optelian’s booth, #2400, at this week’s OFC/NFOEC being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Tunable XFPs feature the narrow spectral width and wavelength stability required for 80-channel DWDM systems. Tunability has two benefits: it supports dynamic reconfigurability and it saves inventory cost. Having these features in an XFP format means that existing muxponder, regenerator and transponder cards can be used in reconfigurable, high capacity optical networks. Tunable XFPs have comparable performance and reach as fixed DWDM XFPs.
“Having tunable XFPs gives network operators a great deal of flexibility for adding and managing a wide range of traffic types and implementing a wide range of architectures,” said Dave Mills, VP Sales, Optelian.
Optelian’s tunable XFP is fully compatible with all LightGAIN and LightMUX active modules as well as third party equipment.
Optelian, a trusted designer and manufacturer of optical transport systems, serves some of the world’s largest network operators. With more than 6000 systems and over 140,000 wavelengths installed, the company is known industry-wide for its exceptional product quality, speed of delivery, superior customer support and custom-design capabilities. Since 2002, Optelian’s portfolio of optical solutions has enabled telecom, multi-service operator (MSO), utility and enterprise customers to expand their fiber capacity so they can increase revenue, cost-effectiveness and efficiency. The company’s Sales, Marketing and Service operations are located in Marietta, Georgia, with in-house development and manufacturing based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit www.optelian.com.