A dual-input, 80-channel DWDM device

March 14, 2001

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LOUISVILLE, Colo. -- Zolo Technologies Inc., an emerging optical networking sub-systems developer and manufacturer, today announced the development of a dual-input, 80-channel Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) device for telecommunications providers. The device sets new industry standards for high performance, low price and flexibility in a market where increased bandwidth is essential. The ZmuxTM 2:80 is the second product launched by Zolo in recent weeks within the Zmux family of mux/demux devices. This dual-input module also will be the core platform for Zolo's future line of integrated optical modules. Zolo anticipates that leading metro and long-haul optical networking systems companies will begin to take delivery of Zmux 2:80 evaluation units within the next few months.

"There are plenty of announcements hyping new products that increase bandwidth for telecommunications providers," said Ed Barbera, CEO and co-founder of Zolo Technologies. "Zolo is delivering on its promises to offer customers products, such as the Zmux 2:80 and the Zmux 1:40, which exhibit even lower costs per channel as channel capacity increases. Our DWDM devices represent a new benchmark technology in this industry. Never before has classical diffraction grating technology been used to deliver this level of performance and flexibility at these price points."


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