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Coriant 7100 Lands Beijing Metro Deployment

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NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Coriant, a global supplier of dynamic metro-to-core transport solutions, today announced that Beijing Internet Harbor, an Internet service provider in China, has selected Coriant's 7100 Nano solution to support the creation of high-performance metro networks in Beijing and Shanghai. The 7100 Nano, part of the 7100 Packet Optical Transport Platform family, combines advanced optical networking technology, with a full-featured integrated services layer, all in a single, compact package. These product features work to support the new challenges faced by Beijing Internet Harbor today.

Beijing Internet Harbor's customer base covers top-tier Internet portals and dot-com companies across multiple industries throughout China, including: streaming media, gaming, e-commerce, search engine, social media, government, enterprise and telecom carriers. As high-bandwidth applications become more available and the growth of Internet usage continues, the ability to cost-effectively deliver a reliable and high-quality broadband experience for consumers has become more critical. With Coriant's 7100 Nano solution, Beijing Internet Harbor can now monitor the data on their networks using integrated, real-time, per-channel, optical monitoring. Network security is important on any network and the 7100 Nano offers full network protection. This system allows Beijing Internet Harbor to ensure its customers' data is safe on their networks. In addition, Beijing Internet Harbor is using Coriant's 8000 Intelligent Network Manager (INM), a single network management system that offers service providers full, end-to-end support for commissioning and monitoring services, making service changes and troubleshooting far simpler and easier.

Coriant also creates flexibility in Beijing Internet Harbor's network using advanced multi-degree ROADM technology that provides the scalability and operational efficiency to meet future network challenges. Additional benefits of Coriant's solution include the high density of GE/XGE support on a single 6U platform, a comprehensive Ethernet feature set, and a full range of storage interfaces for ongoing services.

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