ADVA FSP 3000
The Building Block for Today’s Bandwidth Demands
Our FSP 3000 is a scalable optical transport solution designed to respond to today’s exploding bandwidth demands. Whether you’re a service provider or an enterprise, the modular design of our FSP 3000 ensures your networks are built on a flexible WDM foundation. Our FSP 3000 represents Optical+Ethernet provisioning for seamless end-to-end connectivity from the access to the metro and on to long haul.
Built to your specific business needs and networking demands, our FSP 3000 can securely transport data across greater distances than ever before. Incorporating the latest multi-degree ROADM technology, our FSP 3000 is embedded with our multi-layer RAYcontrol™ GMPLS Control Plane software. This combination results in true network automation, dynamic routing and self-learning, simplifying network operations and providing new revenue opportunities.
The Box That’s Redefining Optical Transport
Our FSP 3000 is engineered to drive energy-efficiency throughout your network. Incorporating high-density 10Gbit/s, 40Gbit/s and 100Gbit/s transponders with and without multiplexing capability, we reduce space and energy costs by up to 50%. Bandwidth optimization is at the core of our FSP 3000, ensuring maximum utilization for high-bandwidth applications. In combination with our market-leading low-latency performance and security features, the FSP 3000 is the ideal solution for optical data center interconnection.
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