Zolo Technologies announces 100-GHz DWDM modules

July 5, 2001
July 5, 2001--Zolo Technologies, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of optical networking subsystems, began delivery of its 100-GHz, single-input, 16- and 20-channel Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) modules.

Zolo Technologies, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of optical networking subsystems, began delivery of its 100-GHz, single-input, 16- and 20-channel Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) modules. The Zmux 1:16/100 and 1:20/100 multiplexers/demultiplexers deliver performance that exceeds arrayed waveguide grating (AWG) devices at costs that are significantly lower than thin-film filters (TFF). This product family extension rounds out the existing offering of 32- and 40-channel, 100-GHz Zmux DWDM modules. The units are especially designed to meet the demands of metro access, metro core and regional networking applications.

The Zmux DWDM family employs a proprietary ruled-diffraction grating technology to separate a spectrum of light into its constituent colors or wavelengths. The grating separates the incoming light in a parallel way, dispersing the light instead of filtering it in a cascaded fashion.

The small footprint and single-ended fiber entry/exit of the Zmux enables systems engineers to design board-efficient telecommunications solutions. Zolo's DWDM products have also passed Telcordia and NEBS testing and certification.

About Zolo Technologies:

Zolo Technologies, Inc., founded in 1999, is a provider of optical networking subsystems that enable telecommunications systems providers to increase bandwidth at a low cost per channel. For more information, visit www.zolotech.com.

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