CoreChannel's ™ sled makes the FSP 3000 TeraFlex ™ the industry's most efficient, high-capacity platform.
Based on 140GBd subcarrier technology, CoreChannel ™ Sled provides the longest coverage on the market for a single-channel 800Gbit/s solution, supporting ultra-high capacity transmission of more than 1,600 km of existing and new network infrastructure, with increased coverage of more than 50% compared to 95GBd technology.
In addition to the longest distance, CoreChannel ™ Sled provides maximum client port flexibility. Supports 400GbE, 100GbE, and 10GbE or hybrid client speeds.
Most network operators around the world have been using ADVA's FSP 3000 TeraFlex ™ to unlock their fiber potential. The launch of the new scheme has won the market, and it is understood that many operators and R.E. network operators are experimenting with the solution.
This compact plug-and-play terminal provides a simpler and more cost-effective way to maximize the capacity of the optical infrastructure. CoreChannel's launch of ™ Sled will enable these network operators to maximize their new profits in deployment plans and build costs.
Christoph Glingener, Chief Technology Officer, ADVA, said, "Customers can now transfer data at 400Gbit/s and 800Gbit/s at a faster distance than ever before with solutions that provide the lowest cost per bit per kilometer." ”
"Our FSP 3000 TeraFlex ™ CoreChannel ™ technology has greatly facilitated carrier transmission services between countries and continents. What's more, customers can now transfer data over longer distances than ever before at 400Gbit/s and 800Gbit/s, providing the lowest cost per bit solution in a single kilometer," adds Christoph Glingener.
In addition, TeraFlex ™ CoreChannel ™ meet industry-leading SNR requirements to protect it from transmission damage. Together with the bandwidth flexibility and some QAM capabilities of the TeraFlex ™ terminal, this ensures the highest efficiency, performance, and lowest cost for 800Gbit/s transmissions.
With its ultra-flexible and programmable network interface, CoreChannel ™ base supports multi-rate clients and can transmit any combination of 400GbE, 100GbE, and 10GbE services. This provides users with unique client port flexibility and a seamless way to migrate to higher client speeds without having to replace devices in the future.
TeraFlex ™coreChannel ™ this flexibility helps it optimally configure every optical path, making any type of network infrastructure the least expensive per bit per kilometer.
Cornelius Fürst, Managing Director of ADVA Product Line, believes that the introduction of the FSP 3000 TeraFlex ™ CoreChannel ™ has changed the rules of the game for long-distance and regional transport on land.
"It enables ICP and CSP to inject new capacity into the networks they deploy. They can now drive up to 800Gbit/s line speeds at distances of up to 50% longer than 95GBd solutions. This advantage will be key to coping with growing data growth without significantly increasing costs and complexity," commented Cornelius Fürst, Managing Director of ADVA Product Line.
"With its unparalleled coverage, multi-rate client flexibility, and rich performance settings, TeraFlex ™ CoreChannel ™ redefine the economy of the backbone network. It will play a key role in accelerating the delivery of high-bandwidth, feature-rich services over ultra-long distances global infrastructure.
ADVA's products are performing strongly as a powerful company in the optical communications sector, and in May this year it was reported that POST Luxembourg was using ADVA TeraFlex to deploy a 5G backhaul network.
With post Luxembourg's deployment of the FSP 3000 TeraFlex terminal, TeraFlex has software-defined optical and telemetry flow capabilities that provide visibility across the network. By simply plugging technology into its backbone infrastructure, POST Luxembourg's transmission systems provide the best performance and lowest cost per bit for all fiber links, increasing the capacity of their national core networks to enable POST Luxembourg to meet the critical backhaul challenges of 5G.