CoreOptics announces 40G coherent MSA transponder module

MARCH 23, 2010 -- CoreOptics Inc., a designer and manufacturer of 10/40/100 Gb/s optical networking subsystems, announced its 40G transponder module based on the company’s coherent detection technology.

MARCH 23, 2010 -- CoreOptics Inc., a designer and manufacturer of 10/40/100 Gb/s optical networking subsystems, announced its 40G transponder module based on the company’s coherent detection technology.

CoreOptics transponder module enables dispersion compensation module (DCM)-free transmission for more than 2000 kilometers on standard single mode fiber.

CoreOptics’s 40 Gbit/s 300-pin MSA-compliant transponder features are enabled by CoreOptics’s coherent detection digital signal processing (DSP) technology that offers significantly better performance in CD and PMD impairment mitigation for 40G applications when compared to current modulation schemes incorporating DPSK or DQPSK, company officials say.

“Our SurPass hiT 7300 Transport platform was designed to meet service providers' distance and capacity needs, while enabling a completely dynamic, flexible and transparent network infrastructure," says Bernd Schumacher, the head of optical networks business unit at Nokia Siemens Networks. "By incorporating CoreOptics disruptive 40G coherent technology, we have been able to dramatically lower the total investment cost of building and operating transport networks for our customers."

CoreOptics offers 10 Gb/s DWDM, 40 Gb/s single channel short reach and 40/43G DWDM transponder modules.

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