Oslo, Norway – 15 August 2019 London Internet Exchange chooses Smartoptics’ plug and play open line system The London Internet Exchange (LINX), one of the world’s largest Internet exchanges, has chosen Smartoptics innovative open line solution to expand its service platform and increase bandwidth. The solution is based on 100G PAM4 DWDM transceivers whose traffic […]
Smartoptics is already a provider of 8 and 16G certified Fibre Channel (FC) connectivity solutions for several SAN vendor switches, and the new offering extends this capability to 32G FC
Smartoptics’ open line system increases bandwidth for First Colo’s DCI solution, The new solution is based on Smartoptics’ flexible DCP-M open line system for smart, flexible 100G DWDM connectivity
Oslo, Norway – 16 May 2019 Smartoptics, a leading provider of open optical networking solutions, today announced its new, cost-efficient H-Series platform for passive optical layer nodes, such as CWDM and DWDM multiplexers/demultiplexers and OADMs. Passive optical networking expands existing fiber capacity regardless of service transported and requires neither electrical power nor software, providing extremely […]
Message from the CEO
Global consumption of bandwidth is projected to continue grow exponentially over the coming five years. Growth is particularly strong in Data Center applications, both within and between datacenters, and in Mobile networks. Optical technology is a prerequisite for bandwidth growth, in all networks and in all market segments. Smartoptics provides innovative optical networking solutions and optcial transceievers and accessorioes for the new era of open networking. The optical solutions developed by Smartoptics are typically used to provide capacity between Data Centers or to backhaul capacity from various access systems in an operator network. The optical transceivers are ubiquitous and used everywhere where there are routers, switches or other optical systems.
Smartoptics a privately held company with headquarter in Oslo, Norway, and offices on multiple locations around the world. Smartoptics’ corporate governance – from shareholders, the board of directors and the CEO to the executive management team and managers – is based on external laws, regulations and recommendations as well as internal rules.