ADVA offers AccessWave25 auto-tunable transceiver for 25-Gbps transport

Sept. 15, 2022
The G.metro auto-tunable optical transceiver enables DWDM reach to 40 km.

ADVA (FSE: ADV) says it now offers the AccessWave25 for emerging 25-Gbps requirements in mobile X-Haul, cable access and wholesale networks. The G.metro auto-tunable optical transceiver enables DWDM reach to 40 km.

The host-agnostic, C-Band tunable SFP28 optical transceiver uses less than 3 W and features an I-temp hardened design. Network operators can use the G.metro communication channel to remotely monitor the status and health of the device, says ADVA.

“The latest addition to our pluggable technology portfolio answers the most urgent needs of our customers in a wide range of industries. From the core to the metro to access networks, our product range offers a plug for almost every situation,” commented Saeid Aramideh, vice president of business development, Optical Engines, at ADVA. “OurAccessWave25 is a vital addition to our AccessWave family of pluggable devices and features our latest G.metro technology. Either with a third-party OLS or with our turnkey FSP 3000 solution for passive optical access networks, our pluggable technology provides the tools for tackling relentless growth in data consumption as well as the ever-changing demands of optical access networks.”

“Our AccessWave25 is the key to unlocking more bandwidth at the edge. Now network operators have an easy, low-cost way to address soaring bandwidth consumption that doesn’t require extra real estate or cause major disruption to services,” added Christoph Glingener, CEO of ADVA. “And as well as boosting capacity, the AccessWave25 offers a substantial increase in reach. While today’s solutions can’t go beyond 15 km, our new pluggable device uses PAM4 modulation and direct-detection technology to support data transport up to 40 km.”

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