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Infracom Deploys Infinera

Italian network services firm upgrades its backbone

February 8, 2011

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Infracom, a leading Italian service provider offering a wide range of telecom and data services to large enterprises and service providers has chosen Infinera (Nasdaq: INFN) for an upgrade to its backbone network.

Based in Verona, and with branches throughout Italy including Milan, Florence, Imola, and Rome, Infracom offers an extensive range of services in the Italian market, covering all aspects of communications, networking, and IT, including managed services and outsourced services. Infracom’s assets include a 9,000 kilometer backbone network connecting major cities throughout Italy including Turin, Milan, Padua, Bologna, Rome, Naples and Bari. Infracom customers include large and small enterprises in industries including banking, insurance, public administration, health care, telecom and media.

Infracom selected an Infinera DTN Digital ROADM network for the scalability, speed, and flexibility of Infinera’s Digital Optical Networks architecture. With the Infinera DTN network, Infracom can deliver services from 1 Gigabit/second (Gb/s) to 40Gb/s today and 100Gb/s in the future in a matter of days, instead of the weeks or months typically required by traditional DWDM systems. Infinera systems powered by photonic integrated circuits are designed to deliver up to 8 Terabits per second of line-side capacity throughout the network. Infinera’s Bandwidth Virtualization architecture enables the flexible deployment of PIC-based network capacity to carry any available service between any points on the network without any of the optical impairments or constraints typical of all-optical ROADMs.

Infinera Corp. (Nasdaq: INFN)

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