Tele2 of Sweden has approved for service a 10-Gbit/sec, 1400-km fiber network that uses wdm

May 1, 1998

Tele2 of Sweden has approved for service a 10-Gbit/sec, 1400-km fiber network that uses wdm technology from dsc Communications Corp. (Dallas, TX). Tele2 is the country`s largest carrier of Internet traffic. The new capability builds on Tele2`s existing 2.5-Gbit/sec sdh network, which connects the Swedish cities of Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö. Tele2 will join with dsc to further expand the network`s capabilities to provide 8-channel wdm service that will offer a total capacity of 20 Gbits/sec.

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