TeraBurst introduces optical core switching solutions

May 22, 2001
May 22, 2001--TeraBurst Networks, Inc., a developer of carrier-grade optical core switching systems, announced its first family of products, the Optical Management System -- OMS 2100 and OMS 2200.

TeraBurst Networks, Inc., a developer of carrier-grade optical core switching systems, announced its first family of products, the Optical Management System -- OMS 2100 and OMS 2200. TeraBurst's patented and reliable wavelength-level switching systems are based on a hybrid OMO (optical-millimeter wave-optical) technology that combines the quality of digital and the speed of photonics at a price/performance exceeding both. TeraBurst's solutions are designed to enable carriers to efficiently manage their optical channel capacity including DWDM, drive new revenue opportunities, differentiate themselves through value-added services, and reduce operating expenses through network management.

TeraBurst's OMS 2200, which switches wavelengths at line rates from OC-3 to OC-192, offers system capacity of up to 640 Gbps, in a compact half-rack footprint. TeraBurst's bit-rate and protocol transparent switch technology is designed to operate up to OC-768 (40 Gbps) speeds, enabling customers to easily and economically scale to meet network demands in the future. Applications of the OMS 2200 include deployment in networks where wavelength-level switching is required and the need for scalability, large capacity, high data rates, and fast provisioning is greatest.

TeraBurst's OMS 2100 is a smaller member of the Optical Management System family with a capacity of 200 Gbps, in a compact one-third rack footprint. Applications of the 200 Gbps OMS 2100 include deployment in the regional/metro markets, carrier/data hotels and interconnectivity between enterprises where cost- effective bandwidth management is required.

The OMS family of solutions offers low initial investment, "pay-as-you-grow" scalability, a compact footprint and energy efficient design. The OMS management system is designed with an easy-to-use graphical interface for remote provisioning, security, performance, and fault management.

Beta versions of both systems are currently available. Limited customer availability of the OMS 2200 is scheduled for September, while the OMS 2100 is scheduled for October.

About TeraBurst Networks:

TeraBurst Networks, Inc. develops scalable, high bandwidth switching and transmission solutions for next-generation optical networks. For more information, visit www.teraburst.com.

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