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Champion ONE says new NDDW line ‘solves’ problem that has plagued telecom industry

Champion ONE, a supplier of carrier-grade network offerings, this week announced the availability of its Next Day Dense Wave (NDDW) product line.


July 18, 2012  


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Champion ONE, a supplier of carrier-grade network offerings, this week announced the availability of its Next Day Dense Wave (NDDW) product line.

According to the company, the new line of optical transceivers or pluggable optics solves one of the most pressing problems related to building out dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) networks today, namely, the availability of DWDM optical transceivers in a timely manner. 

With NDDW, telecommunication and data communication providers will no longer need to wait the typical eight to 12 weeks, on average, it takes to acquire the optical components they need to light circuit, the firm said

The NDDW line is available in all of the standard ITU C-band 50GHz spaced channels.  They are amplifiable multi-rate transceivers, capable of supporting 10G Ethernet for LAN and WAN, SONET OC-192, as well as 10G Fiber Channel.

“Being able to turn up a DWDM circuit in a timely manner is a huge problem for service providers,” said Bob Cromleigh, Champion ONE director of sales.

“As bandwidth demand continues to grow at an exponential rate and 10Gb/s services accelerate, the build out of DWDM networks is a trend that we don’t see slowing down anytime soon.”  

Further information is available at www.championone.net.