XKL adds Digital Express to its FlexArc architecture

Created September 12, 2017
Technologies and Products

Enabling swift routes through complex networks.

XKL LLC, a developer of fibre-optic networking systems, has launched Digital Express, a networking solution that facilitates express routes that serve as direct, low latency connections through otherwise complicated network architectures. A notable feature of XKL’s FlexArc architecture, Digital Express enables users to cross multiple nodes in order to reach the destination node all with extremely low latency.

Designed by XKL’s team of engineers, FlexArc supports rapid provisioning and enables efficient scalability of critical network infrastructure on an as-needed basis. It also offers soft configurable, any-to-any mapping of client and line-side optics, and is ideally suited to accommodate complex topologies, such as mesh and ring as well as linear and point-to-point. Optimal for metro, regional, long haul and data centre markets, FlexArc is designed so customers can easily manage and grow their networks through an agile interface.

“Next generation applications not only require minimal latency, but also intelligent routing,” said Chad Lamb, Chief Systems Architect for XKL. “Hybrid IT strategies involve multiple platforms across diverse locations. Our Digital Express feature ensures that complex disparate systems work together as seamlessly integrated unified environments.”

About XKL
Privately owned and operated by Cisco Systems co-founder Len Bosack, XKL provides high-capacity DWDM optical networking products for robust enterprise deployment, service providers, and seamless cloud migration. The company is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, USA.

For more information, visit www.xkl.com

Matthew Peach

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by Matthew Peach

Matthew Peach is a freelance technology journalist specialising in photonics and communications. He has previously worked for several business-to-business publishers, editing a range of high-tech magazines and websites.