Nokia Siemens Networks gets DoD clearance for optical kit

Friday 17 August 2012 | 17:11 CET | News
Nokia Siemens Networks announced its optical technology was granted Approved Product List (APL) status by the US government's Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) in June. This allows the Department of Defense (DoD) to purchase and deploy the company's DWDM network based on its hiT7300 platform. NSN's 100G DWDM network allows up to 96 optical channels on a single fibre, each carrying data at 100Gbps, a total capacity of up to 9.6Tbps per fibre. Nokia Siemens Networks' transmission system supports multi-haul networks, and its technology will enable the DoD to transition its transmission

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Companies: Nokia Siemens Networks
Countries: United States
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