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ADVA Runs Rings Around Metro

ADVA adds ring capability to the FSP 1000 metro optical access platform

March 13, 2002

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MUNICH & RAMSEY, N.J. -- ADVA Optical Networking (German Neuer Markt: ADV), a leading global provider of optical networking solutions, today announced the support for ring topologies with add/drop capability for its Fiber Service Platform (FSP) 1000 metro optical access solution. Engineered to ensure the lowest total cost of ownership, the FSP 1000 with ring capability enables service providers to optimize and provision transport services between local points in a metro while offering protection capabilities of ring topologies. "ADVA's FSP 1000 capability was just enhanced, allowing service providers to deploy DWDM ring configurations with add/drop functions, making the FSP 1000 one of the most versatile platforms for metro DWDM solutions," stated Michael Howard, principal analyst and co-founder of Infonetics Research. "ADVA designed this product to cost effectively transport all important low-rate and high-rate services found in the metro. Now a service provider can design a metro DWDM system with management and integrity similar to that provided by today's SDH/SONET systems." ADVA Optical Networking will be at CeBIT 2002, booth G36 in Hall 27, from March 13-20 in Hannover, Germany. Join us to learn more about innovative metro optical networking solutions from a market leader. ADVA AG Optical Networking For more information on CeBIT, please visit: www.lightreading.com/cebit

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