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Syringa Injects Extra Capacity With ADVA

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BOISE, Idaho -- ADVA Optical Networking announced today that Syringa Networks has deployed the ADVA FSP 3000 to answer continued bandwidth growth. Headquartered in Idaho and serving areas within Oregon, Washington, Wyoming and Utah, Syringa Networks serves a broad range of vertical markets, including research and education, government, enterprises and carriers. The ADVA FSP 3000 ensures each of these communities' networks can scale on demand. Pre-configured for 100G connectivity, the ADVA FSP 3000 removes any immediate bandwidth limits and defines a clear migration path to even greater data rates.

"We value partnerships that help build mutual success," said Larry Price, vice president, Sales and Marketing, Syringa Networks. "The deployment of the ADVA FSP 3000 is a great example of teaming with a partner who can help us meet and exceed our customers' expectations. ADVA Optical Networking's team has come through as we expected. They have helped drive our network to the next level so we can continue to meet the increasing bandwidth demands of our customers as we prepare for 100G and beyond."

The ten-year partnership between Syringa Networks and ADVA Optical Networking has seen many successes and helped in the rapid expansion of its customer base and geographic coverage. The native scalability and reach of the ADVA FSP 3000 ensures that Syringa Networks has the technology it needs to continue to meet this ambitious growth. In addition to the technology, Syringa Networks also uses ADVA Optical Networking's support package to ensure dedicated support teams are available for any issues that may arise - a key consideration when working with customers' mission-critical data.

ADVA Optical Networking (Frankfurt: ADV)

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