Optelian intros multi-service disaggregated platform

Created October 20, 2020
Technologies and Products

Optical networking solution provider Optelian has launched its DA (Deploy Anywhere™) Series – a multi-service, compact and hardened (OSP-compliant) platform designed for multi-haul transport upgrades, remote business services access and fibre deep architectures.

Purpose-built for where deployment flexibility and scalability of service growth can be unpredictable, the hardened platform is capable of being deployed in harsh environments where a temperature-controlled shelter or facility does not exist, while still providing next generation multi-service capability anywhere from 1G to 1.6T.

“Demand continues to grow for flexible, high-bit-rate, compact and disaggregated transport equipment. We are excited to roll out both the TMS-1190 platform and its family of OSP-capable 100G to 800G multi-rate transponders – each providing reliability, flexibility and extended operating temperature in a compact form factor,” said Scott Agnew, CTO, Optelian. “This platform promises to improve overall cost per bit in any deployment environment without sacrificing optical transport performance parameters.”

The TMS-1190 is a platform that has been designed for reliability with extended life cycles in any environment. Its compact chassis, with shallow depth and 1RU height, supports up to four service slots providing for multi-services and multi-applications – hardened OSP support for transponders, muxponders and open line system configurations that can be mixed and matched in a single chassis or stacked, delivering very diverse and flexible deployment configurations.

Optelian’s first DA Series™ member, the TMX-4400, is an ideal DWDM transport solution for anyhaul deployment of hardened 100/200/400 GbE or OTU services. It interfaces a 100G to 400G QSFP28/DD on the client side and a CFP2-DCO on the line side with software programmable DWDM modulation supporting operation from 100G to 400G, including openZR+, CableLabs® and openROADM standards.

For more information, visit www.optelian.com


This article was written
by Peter Dykes

Peter Dykes is a independent telecoms and technology journalist who has over that last 30 years written for a wide range of B2B publications and companies. A former BT engineer, he specialises in networks and associated support systems. He is currently Editor of Optical Connections.