Built on dynamically operating ROADMs for fully automated control, the directionless optical transport system provides an unparalleled degree of flexibility.
The new 96-channel infrastructure features ADVA Optical Networking’s open optical layer enhanced with FSP 3000 QuadFlex™ 400Gbit/s capabilities. This creates an enormous increase in capacity through two 200Gbit/s wavelengths operating at 16QAM within an optical super-channel. Built on dynamically operating ROADMs for fully automated control, the directionless optical transport system provides an unparalleled degree of flexibility. This enables Netnod’s customers to choose to interconnect across its optical, physical or data link network layer. It also provides the freedom to select single ports or fully redundant options. What’s more, with ADVA Optical Networking’s multi-degree ROADM technology and FSP Network Hypervisor, Netnod has a complete foundation for software-defined networking.
“Netnod customers are seeing an increased demand for a greater range of robust solutions for higher capacity and connectivity. To do that takes exceptional levels of flexibility. That’s exactly what our FSP 3000 QuadFlex™ line card delivers. As well as astoundingly high capacity, it gives Netnod the flexibility to offer their customers a wide variety of configurations,” commented Nicklas Boqvist, sales manager, Nordics and Baltics, ADVA Optical Networking. “Another key aspect of this deployment was reliability. Netnod has a proud record of excellence when it comes to guaranteeing 100% uptime. Now, with the robust performance of our FSP Network Hypervisor and the carrier-grade quality of our FSP 3000 CloudConnect™ solution, not to mention the ongoing support of our engineers, Netnod will be able to continue its world-class record for uninterrupted service.”