Huawei launches 40-Gbit/sec per wavelength DWDM transmission system

November 1, 2005 Beijing, China -- Huawei announced that its 40-Gbit/sec per wavelength DWDM transmission system has been incorporated into the company's OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX BWS 1600A DWDM platforms.

Nov 1st, 2005

November 1, 2005 Beijing, China -- Huawei announced that its 40-Gbit/sec per wavelength DWDM transmission system has been incorporated into the company's OptiX BWS 1600G and OptiX BWS 1600A DWDM platforms.

Both DWDM platforms now allow both 10- and 40-Gbit/sec systems to co-exist and cooperate within the same core equipment. The company says the 40-Gbit/sec per wavelength DWDM transmission system allows operators to securely transmit larger capacity long-haul DWDM signals, addressing global carriers' requirements for high, single-wavelength bandwidth transmission capability.

"Huawei's launch of its 40-Gbit/sec 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," comments David Huo, R&D general manager of Huawei's 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."

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