Aprisma Joins OIF

Aprisma Joins OIF

March 20, 2000

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Emphasizing its commitment to delivering next-generation optical management solutions, Aprisma Management Technologies, the industry leader in scalable, multivendor E-business infrastructure management, today announced that it has joined the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF). OIF membership enhances Aprisma's ability to develop high-performance, interoperable, optical provisioning and performance management software for its flagship management suite, SPECTRUM.

"SPECTRUM's rich multivendor management history, increasing success and aggressive momentum with service provider customers around the globe, has Aprisma well positioned to emerge as the industry leader for optical infrastructure management software," said Darren Orzechowski, vice-president of marketing for Aprisma. "SPECTRUM's flexible open-architecture and end-to-end visibility across networks, systems and applications, clearly positions it as an Operational Support System (OSS) for next-generation optical networks."

As a member of the OIF, Aprisma gains access to information regarding achievements of the forum and its advancements for interoperability standards and solutions in the optical networking industry.

Many of the world's largest networks have selected SPECTRUM for its patented, industry leading fault management capabilities and unrivaled scalability. SPECTRUM Optical solutions aim to assure reliability, manage service level agreements and ensure customer service responsiveness while also lowering operational costs, enabling new services, and accelerating time to market for broadband service providers supporting the new world Internet ecosystem.

The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) is an open industry organization of equipment manufacturers, telecom service providers and end users dedicated to promoting the global development of optical internetworking products and fostering the development and deployment of interoperable products and services for data switching and routing using optical networking technologies. Further information on the OIF membership and activities are available at www.oiforum.com.


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