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OTTAWA, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 29, 2015 — Optelian Access Networks Corp. has introduced a lower-cost version of its 100-Gb/s muxponder, or multiplexing transponder.

The MPX-9105 retains the key attributes of the MPX-9110. The compact form-factor is preserved, allowing for ease of deployment in a variety of sites.

Configurable as a muxponder or transponder, the 1RU platform gives customers the freedom to configure a mix of services at 10, 40 or 100 Gb/s over a single 100-Gb transport wavelength.
Oct 2015

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