Corrigent announces service agreement with Lucent Worldwide Services

24 April 2003 San Jose, CA Lightwave -- Corrigent Systems, a provider of packet-ADM (add/drop multiplexer) transport systems announced an agreement with Lucent Worldwide Services, whereby Lucent will provide installation and support for Corrigent's family of CM-100 packet-ADM products.

24 April 2003 San Jose, CA Lightwave -- Corrigent Systems, a provider of packet-ADM (add/drop multiplexer) transport systems announced an agreement with Lucent Worldwide Services, whereby Lucent will provide installation and support for Corrigent's family of CM-100 packet-ADM products. The agreement enables Corrigent to utilize Lucent's team of installers to deploy Corrigent's CM-100 products into carrier networks. Lucent will provide services such as site surveys, equipment installation, and final acceptance testing.

"Lucent is a recognized leader in deploying, maintaining and installing some of the world's largest networks," said Nigel Cole, vice president of business development, Corrigent Systems. "Corrigent's agreement with Lucent widens the installation and support service options available to our customers with a world class, complete suite of support services for CM-100 deployments."

"We are delighted to partner with Corrigent Systems because we have a long history of supporting customers with multivendor networks," said David Dial, vice president of business development, Lucent Worldwide Services. "This opportunity is another way for us to support multivendor networking and we look forward to working with Corrigent in this area."

The CM-100 packet-ADM supports carriers that desire all mixes of Ethernet or legacy services either as part of a new deployment or by simply utilizing the spare capacity within their existing SONET/SDH networks.

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