Callisma partners with Sigma Networks to deliver bandwidth in the metro

Oct. 22, 2001
Oct. 22, 2001--Callisma, Inc. and Sigma Networks join to define an automated design package process to enable rapid provisioning of metro connectivity.

Callisma, Inc., a provider of network consulting services, announced the completion of a project with Sigma Networks SM, Inc., a provider of metro interconnect services, to define an automated design package process to enable rapid provisioning of metro connectivity.

Sigma Networks collaborated with Callisma to develop processes to provide seamlessly compatible and streamlined services to carrier and service provider partners and customers. Prior to launching its all-optical Metro Area Interconnect Networks (MAINs), Sigma Networks worked with Callisma to create operations systems to automate and speed the deployment of hub sites. By standardizing its network architecture and services within each of its metro markets, Sigma Networks is able to offer services throughout its network with rapid provisioning, delivering service in days rather than months. The MAIN is the first metro area network built from the outset to support rapidly provisioned, scalable bandwidth and a broad, flexible array of metro SONET, Gigabit Ethernet, and Wavelength Services.

About Sigma Networks:

Sigma Networks delivers metro interconnect services to fill the connectivity gaps that exist between major data traffic points within cities. For more information, visit

About Callisma:

Callisma helps enterprises and service providers design and deploy networks that deliver strategic business value. For more information, visit

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