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Corvis Offers 3.2-Tbit /s Transport System

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Corvis Corporation (NASDAQ: CORV), the only company delivering intelligent all-optical networking solutions, today announced CorWave LR, the newest addition to its CorWave product family. The Corvis CorWave LR system delivers up to 3.2 terabits per second capacity, representing the industry’s highest capacity transport system. The CorWave LR can be deployed in service providers’ existing networks to meet the rapidly increasing demand for bandwidth and to provide a high capacity complement to service providers’ all-optical network transport layers.

CorWave LR is a dense-wavelength-division-multiplexing (DWDM) transmission system that can transport up to 320 OC-192 (10 Gbps) wavelengths for up to 800 km or 160 OC-192 (10 Gbps) wavelengths in each direction for up to 2,000 km. The CorWave LR is an ideal DWDM solution to carry Internet, voice, data and video traffic between large population centers, such as between Paris and Frankfurt or Atlanta and New York.

“Corvis is building on its leadership position in optical networking by offering the industry’s highest capacity DWDM transport system,” said Dr. David Huber, President and CEO of Corvis. “With CorWave LR, Corvis enhances its comprehensive optical networking portfolio, which is dramatically changing the economic model for service providers.”

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areyousure 12/4/2012 | 8:42:34 PM
re: Corvis Offers 3.2-Tbit /s Transport System Pretty good specs.

Opinions?
Optiker 12/4/2012 | 8:42:26 PM
re: Corvis Offers 3.2-Tbit /s Transport System Wrong link:

http://www.lightreading.com/do...
Optiker 12/4/2012 | 8:42:26 PM
re: Corvis Offers 3.2-Tbit /s Transport System Not bad, areyousure???

Terrific!

Far better than Optisphere (see http://www.lightreading.com/do....

And Corvis are the pioneers on Solitons now. IMO, revolutionary!

Optiker
boson 12/4/2012 | 8:40:55 PM
re: Corvis Offers 3.2-Tbit /s Transport System Please advise on Corvis' use of solitons. I could not find this in the link from your post.

Thanks,

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