Coriolis Unveils 'OptiFlow' Solution

The OptiFlow Network solution promises carriers a way to recover up to 75% of the bandwidth stranded in Sonet networks

October 23, 2000

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BOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Coriolis Networks, Inc., today announced its premier optical networking product family that will provide the industry with the most comprehensive bandwidth optimization capabilities available. This new solution will allow carriers to reap the most revenue from their fiber-based metropolitan access and transport facilities. Based on Coriolis' recently announced Optical Spatial Division Multiplexing (OSDM(tm)) architecture, the OptiFlow Network(tm) solution provides carriers with a flexible and cost-effective way to recover as much as 75 percent of the bandwidth stranded in traditional SONET networks, to significantly over-subscribe network capacity by managing bandwidth as a shared resource across a geographically distributed network and to aggregate and transport both SONET and "bursty" data traffic in their native modes.

"Carriers today can achieve increased levels of revenue and profit from their data services with a more economical way to increase the 'data aware' bandwidth in their SONET networks," said Robert Castle, president and CEO of Coriolis Networks. "The OptiFlow Network solution allows carriers to enhance their considerable investments in SONET, increase the available bandwidth through unique over-subscription features, and optimize their networks for profitable data services."

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