MUNICH -- ADVA Optical Networking announced today that inexio has deployed the ADVA 100G Metro for regional connectivity in Germany and Luxembourg. Operating one of Europe's fastest growing networks, inexio is harnessing the ADVA 100G Metro to respond to significant bandwidth growth from both its enterprise and residential customers. A long-standing customer of ADVA Optical Networking and Axians, inexio has benefited from the native scalability of the ADVA FSP 3000, gradually expanding its network infrastructure with customer demand. With over 5,000km of fiber, inexio will be making further 100G deployments in 2014. The ADVA 100G Metro was installed by ADVA Optical Networking Elite partner Axians.
“We're a company that believes in technology, that believes in trust, that believes in providing customers with the best experience possible,” said David Zimmer, managing director, inexio. “That's why we've developed such a long-term relationship with the team at ADVA Optical Networking and their partner Axians. They share our focus, our passion. Together we've built an incredibly responsive network, one that continues to meet the expectations of all our customers, whether they're enterprises seeking robust business continuity solutions or residents seeking the latest high-bandwidth connections - we provide everything they need. The ADVA 100G Metro is key to this and ensures that we have access to all the bandwidth we could want.”
Since its release in 2011, the ADVA 100G Metro has built a strong reputation within the industry, enabling service providers and enterprises to deploy 100G technology without the associated costs of alternative coherent solutions. Built on 4x28G direct detection technology, the ADVA 100G Metro delivers four key efficiencies: cost, space, power and spectral. These efficiencies were central to inexio's selection and deployment of the ADVA 100G Metro. Fully integrated into the ADVA FSP 3000, the direct detection technology can now transport data across distances in excess of 1,000km - something that was previously only possible with coherent equipment.