Transmode Enhances WDM-PON Strategy

Transmode announces iWDM-PON based multi-service access network strategy

September 27, 2011

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STOCKHOLM -- Transmode, a global supplier of packet optical networking solutions, today announced the company's strategy for multi-service access networks built on its iWDM-PON architecture. WDM-PON is rapidly emerging as a leading contender in the race for high-speed optical access because WDM-PON offers unmatched symmetrical capacity and greater reach than the various TDM-based PON options. Network operators worldwide are starting to consider the various WDM-PON architectures available in the market.

Against this backdrop, Transmode is announcing its iWDM-PON strategy to address this extension of WDM networking deeper into access networks. Transmode's iWDM-PON strategy is based on its existing widely deployed TM-Series and TG-Series Active and Passive WDM platforms. Using ITU-standard C-Band DWDM, these platforms extend existing WDM metro networks into FTTx applications for high capacity access networks primarily in Enterprise and Backhaul applications.

Sten Nordell, Transmode's CTO commented, "Flexibility will be key in tomorrow's Gigabit-society where high-speed fiber-based access will be required to match the ever-growing capacity demands of both residential and business customers over fixed and mobile networks. Fiber infrastructure must be capitalized on to achieve a highly flexible network where variable bandwidth is achievable to any location regardless of customer type or application."

Transmode Systems AB

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