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Dutch Serverius ups capacity with Adva TeraFlex terminal

Thursday 9 April 2020 | 12:03 CET | News
Dutch datacentre service supplier Serverius is deploying Adva's FSP 3000 TeraFlex terminal, saying this will massively increase the capacity of its deployed infrastructure. The TeraFlex system will let Serverius harness previously unused spectrum, unlocking new value for its existing fibre network. The compact 1RU platform optimises optical paths and enables super-channels of up to 1200 Gbts and a total capacity of 7.2 Tbts.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Adva Optical Networking
Countries: Netherlands
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