XKL upgrades DarkStar DXMOS operating system

NOVEMBER 19, 2010 -- Enterprise fiber-optic networking equipment developer XKL, LLC has released DXMOS version 2.2, an upgraded operating system for its DarkStar optical transport and in-line amplifier product lines.

NOVEMBER 19, 2010 -- Enterprise fiber-optic networking equipment developer XKL, LLC has released DXMOS version 2.2, an upgraded operating system for its DarkStar optical transport and in-line amplifier product lines.

"Not only does the DXMOS software upgrade increase usability for customers, but we have upgraded to an error-forwarding scheme that enhances the reporting and amplifier support functions of our DarkStar products," states Len Bosack, CEO of XKL.

The DXMOS version 2.2 software upgrade includes an enhancement to the file system utilities and “show” commands along with the addition of a customizable login banner designed to enable users to configure these functions to meet their specific needs.

XKL says it also has conducted field tests to ensure its compatibility with tunable lasers. The company says the field tests have provided information on the ways in which tunable laser compatibility can provide customers increased flexibility and enhanced cost-savings by reducing the type and number of spare-part components required, and easing overall operational management associated with laser optics.

XKL's DarkStar optical transport systems are designed to be deployed in metro, regional, and long-distance networks. The DarkStar products are engineered for ease-of-use while decreasing latency across a network.

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