Mahi Networks introduces the Vx7 multiservice core transport system

June 21, 2004

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CHICAGO -- Mahi Networks, a leading supplier of multi-service optical transport, grooming, and packet switching solutions, will introduce the Vx7 R2.1 system at SuperComm in Chicago this week. The Vx7 R2.1 provides single wavelength granularity with full 100% optical add/drop capability for OC-48 and OC-192 line-rates, with full wavelength-reuse around a sixteen-node network that spans up to a 1000 km circumference. In addition, the enhanced Vx7 will offer a user-friendly Craft Interface Tool (CIT) with full diagnostic capabilities and end-to-end wavelength path trace capability.

“The Vx7 leverages unprecedented technological advancements to improve carrier network performance and provide rich optical-layer features at the lowest cost,” said Chris Rust, CEO and president of Mahi Networks. “The Vx7’s VersiColorTM wavelength selectable switch, dynamic gain control, rapid transient response, all optical backplane, and tunable lasers enables the industry's first fully automated optical transport layer that enables simple, one-time node engineering with a modular, pay-as-you-grow architecture to ensure low first-in costs.“

Mahi Networks Inc.

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