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Optical Switching Module

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BEDFORD, Mass., Oct. 1, 2015 — Optical Switching ModuleThe Series 6000 is an optical switching module from Polatis Inc. designed for OEM integration with network equipment, fiber management systems, and test and measurement tools.

The module is a fully nonblocking, single-sided, all-optical 48-fiber matrix switch designed for "any-to-any" port connectivity, enabling programmable interconnection architectures not possible with traditional symmetric N × N switch matrices.

It is built on the Series 6000 DirectLight dark fiber optical switch platform for up to 192 × 192 fiber ports, including ultralow loss of less than 1 dB and back reflection of less than –50 dB.
Oct 2015

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