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Alcatel-Lucent expands 100G optical networking

Tuesday 6 December 2011 | 15:24 CET | News
Alcatel-Lucent has expanded its 100G optical networking portfolio by introducing a single-carrier coherent technology that will extend optical signals over far distances. This latest addition is designed to enhance the ability of communications service providers to address the demand for high-bandwidth services like video and fixed and mobile broadband. Alcatel-Lucent is to offer a premium card, the 100G eXtended Reach (XR), which employs techniques developed at Bell Labs to monitor and maintain the quality of optical signals. The 100G XR card will extend the range, performance and capacity

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Companies: Alcatel-Lucent USA/FR
Countries: World
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