Corrigent announces breakthrough transport architecture

Jan. 16, 2002
Jan. 15, 2002 - Corrigent (San Francisco, CA) today revealed details of its CM-100 series of metro transport products that the company expects will radically alter the price and performance of metro transport networks.

Jan. 15, 2002 - Corrigent (San Francisco, CA) today revealed details of its CM-100 series of metro transport products that the company expects will radically alter the price and performance of metro transport networks.

Corrigent's resilient packet ring (RPR) based architecture enables transport solutions to combine SONET/SDH carrier-class reliability with Ethernet's high-bandwidth utilization and low cost. Corrigent claims its solution is unique as it supports the complete set of SONET/SDH and Ethernet services over RPR, at speeds as high as 10 Gbits/sec, at half the cost of alternative optical Ethernet and next generation SONET architectures.

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