Padtec partners with Allied Fiber on lighting a key dark fiber route in Florida. As a global manufacturer of optical solutions, Padtec demonstrates its flagship DWDM platform, the LightPad i6400G, in a joint live trial. Connecting Allied Fiber’s 356-mile route from Miami to Jacksonville, the LightPad i6400G enables up to 13 Tbps and supports metro, long-haul, and ultra long-haul architectures.
The cutting edge solution is characterized by its high capacity, reliability, and flexibility, allowing hassle free network growth. Padtec allows carriers to leverage its optical integrated transport system of high capacity and low latency that can be applied not only in long distance networks, but also in metropolitan storage networks (SANs).
“We look forward to offering our solution along Allied Fiber’s Florida segment,” states Enrique Lozoya, VP Engineering Sales of Padtec. “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to demonstrate our ability to provide cost efficient turnkey DWDM solutions that enable operators to meet and exceed network demands expeditiously. This trial will show how the Padtec solution works within the Allied Fiber network to enable connections between access networks through points of interconnections within the Allied Fiber system.”
Padtec has deployed over 100,000 km of dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) backbone networks throughout Latin America and has equipment in more than 40 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.padtec.com.br.