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  • Lightleader 3000 Series of Photonic Switches
Oct 2005
Lynx Photonic Networks Inc.Request Info
CALABASAS HILLS, Calif., Oct. 6 -- Lynx Photonic Networks, a photonic switching solution provider, has added an all-optical bypass system to its Lightleader 3000 series of plug-and-play photonic switches. The new LL-300x system is targeted at carriers and service providers in storm-affected areas where electrical wire breakdowns are common and cause power outages in one or more network nodes.

The system allows a carrier to automatically bypass network sites experiencing power outages, thereby maintaining integrity in the rest of the network. In addition to bypassing failed network nodes, the LL-300x facilitates monitoring of links to the affected site by establishing a remote loop-back connection and supports advanced features such as programmable powerup delay. The system can be used in linear network topologies where no node recovery mechanism is available, as well as in self-healing rings that can recover only from single network failures.

The Lightleader bypass system comprises two models: the LL-3002, designed to bypass two circuits, and the LL-3004, which supports four circuits. The systems are housed in a 1U rack-mountable enclosure and can be ordered with or without management features.

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Lynx Photonic Networks
26775 Malibu Hills Rd.
Calabasas Hills, CA 91301
Phone: (818) 878-7500
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