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  • 100-Gb/s Products
Oct 2015
Infinera Corp.Request Info
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 8, 2015 — Infinera Corp. introduced an intelligent transport network product portfolio to address the surge in demand forecast for metro 100-Gb/s packet-optical networking.

Hardware modules in the DTN-X XTC series enable direct 100-Gb/s wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) line-side interworking with the company's TM series, which offers packet-optical transport for metro applications including mobile front- and backhaul, business Ethernet, and triple play aggregation for cable and service provider networks.

PT-Fabric for the TM series is designed to extend these capabilities to terabit switching and metro 100-Gb/s networking.

The XTC-2 and XTC-2E converge 100-Gb/s coherent WDM transmission with packet-aware optical transport network switching. All platforms in the XTC series support the oPIC-100, Infinera's next-generation photonic integrated circuit.

The XT-500 is a two rack unit, stackable platform based on Infinera's PIC-500, delivering 500-Gb/s WDM superchannels and designed for rapid deployment of high-bandwidth long-haul data center interconnection. Applications include point-to-point interconnect and within optically switched mesh network topologies using reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexers.

Meanwhile, new capabilities for the company's Digital Node Administrator (DNA) network management system enable unified control of the DTN-X and TM series from metro access to long-haul core.


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