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Huawei Intros 40-Gbit/s DWDM

Huawei launches 40-Gbit/s DWDM transmission system

November 1, 2005

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BEIJING -- Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (“Huawei”), one of the world’s leading networking and communications equipment suppliers, announced that the provision of its industry leading 40Gbps per wavelength Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (“DWDM”) transmission system has been commercialized for global telecom carriers in Huawei’s OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX BWS 1600A DWDM solution, in addition to its traditional provision of 10Gbps. The new provision allows operators to transmit larger capacity and long-haul DWDM signals under sound security and quality and flexibility, which addresses nowadays carriers’ requirement for high single-wavelength bandwidth transmission capability.

Huawei’s OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX BWS 1600A DWDM solutions now allow both 10Gbps and 40Gbps systems to co-exist and cooperate within the same equipment. As a result, the solutions not only meet the carriers’ 40Gbps bandwidth demand, but also succeed in delivering a smooth evolution. The flexibility of this configuration enables it to meet various traffic demands, resolving the technical problems and the continual challenge operators face in managing the increasing amount of traffic.

“Huawei’s launch of 40Gbps per wavelength DWDM system will provide the best long-haul transport network solutions for global carriers, demonstrating Huawei’s strength and leadership in the optical communications market,” commented David Huo, R&D General Manager of Huawei Optical Product Line. “Our 40G solutions are a result of Huawei’s focus to deliver the best technologies and solutions to meet the needs of our customers.”

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

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