Press Release Summary:
Model A1070 Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier consists of variable gain line amplifier with up to 25 db of gain and automatic transient suppression, which minimizes transmission penalties as channels are added/dropped in network. Supporting up to 40 channels at full gain, unit is managed through local serial port, Telnet, or SNMP. Optical transponder A1010 offers 640 km Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) laser option. Each model occupies one rack unit in 19 in. chassis.
Original Press Release:
Avvio Networks Announces a 640 km DWDM Laser for the A1010 Optical Transponder and New A1070 EDFA
BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 24, 2003--Avvio Networks today announced a 640km DWDM laser addition to its A1010 options. Avvio Networks also introduced its A1070 EDFA, a variable gain line amplifier with up to 25 db of gain and automatic transient suppression.
The A1070 gain-transient suppression minimizes transmission penalties as channels are added and dropped in the network, or as input power varies. The A1070 is powerful enough to support up to 40 channels at full gain. It can be managed through the local serial port, Telnet or SNMP.
Because the A1010 and A1070 conform to ITU standards they can be used with equipment from Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO), Lucent (NYSE: LU), Alcatel (NYSE: ALA), Ciena (NASDAQ: CIEN), and others.
Ready-to-run right out of the box, the A1010 and A1070 simplify and speed network installation. They each occupy a single rack unit (1.75") in a 19" chassis. The A1010 and A1070 can be used in conjunction with Avvio Networks' A15XX passive OADM for a complete end-to-end solution.
About Avvio Networks
Avvio Networks is a leading provider of cost-effective, intelligent networking products designed to enhance the performance of existing optical networks and providing state-of-the-art performance in new or expanded networks. Information about Avvio Networks is available at www.avvionetworks.com
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Leo Goyette, 978/244-0561