Disruptive wavelength networking architecture for delivery of bandwidth services

March 14, 2001

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Cinta Networks today unveiled the first in a new class of optical networking systems that helps to both decrease network costs and accelerate service providers’ revenue generation through a disruptive new wavelength network architecture. Cinta’s patented WaveJunction product family rearchitects the fundamental transport and switching elements of next-generation optical networks, integrating these once-disparate elements and enabling massive scalability with per-port deployment and delivery of wavelength services. The result is a savings of up to 50 percent in the initial costs and 80 percent in the operating expenses for wavelength transport/switching, and the acceleration of service revenue through the rapid deployment and provisioning of optical bandwidth.

“Service providers are looking to both match network expenses to revenues and drive bandwidth services delivery to more closely track with exploding customer demand,” noted John Vaughan, Cinta Networks’ president and CEO. “To accomplish this, it’s necessary to leapfrog existing network systems and deliver a disruptive, ground-up architecture that integrates transport with switching functions for optical service delivery. This physical and logical integration of transport with wavelength switching is a true breakthrough and is the first system of its kind to market.”


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