Coastcom's product now includes the GigaEdge 8200 next-generation CWDM ROADM and GigaEdge 2330 mini MSPP

October 3, 2005

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ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Coastcom, a leading manufacturer of voice and data communications equipment for public and private networks, announced today it has expanded its product line to include the GigaEdge 8200 next-generation CWDM reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer (ROADM) and GigaEdge 2330 mini multi-service provisioning platform (MSPP).

The GigaEdge 8200 is a Service Network solution - a multi-protocol system for integrated transport of voice, video and data. It adds value to and extends the lifetime of existing infrastructures for TDM, ATM, SAN, IP, SONET or SDH networks. With up to 30 dB of link budget it is suitable for incremental capacity expansion between central offices, yet its ability to operate in outside plant conditions make it equally suitable for upgrading digital loop carrier networks at the very edge of the optical network. Its "plug and play" WDM design, small form factor, and low power usage all contribute to lowered operational expenses, while its modular design enables low first-in costs, with cost of ownership scaling in line with your revenue generation. The GigaEdge 8200 and 2330’s flexibility, simplicity and compact 'deploy anywhere' design make them suitable for a variety of cost-effective solutions.

According to Arturo Zárate, Coastcom’s Director of Product Marketing and Business Development, “the GigaEdge 8200 Next Generation CWDM ROADM enables carriers, utilities, and enterprises to efficiently and cost-effectively transport multiple varying protocols on a single fiber strand or fiber pair.”

These new products expand the Coastcom family of products to provide stratified network solutions from access to core.

Coastcom Inc.

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