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NoaNet selects ADVA FSP 3000 to extend high-speed services throughout Washington

July 18, 2001

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NORCROSS, Ga., and MUNICH -- ADVA Optical Networking today announced that Northwest Open Access Network (NoaNet) has selected the ADVA FSP 3000 to enable the extension of high-speed broadband service to nearly every underserved area of Washington state. The ADVA Optical Networking solution affords NoaNet the long-term, cost-effective scalability to accommodate more users and continue a transition from 10Gbit/s to 40Gbit/s and, eventually, 100Gbit/s services.

“We’ve had a long-standing, true and tight partnership with ADVA Optical Networking,” said Mike Henson, chief security officer (CSO) with NoaNet. “We have trialed many other systems, but ADVA Optical Networking offers unmatched value and range of services. We like the cost, flexibility and ease-of-use of the FSP 3000. Additionally, ADVA Optical Networking’s engineering services and technical support have been instrumental to NoaNet’s ability to expedite reliable, advanced services across Washington state.”

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