Oslo, Norway – November 19 2020 – Smartoptics, a leading provider of optical networking solutions, today announced the availability of a new series of 32G Fibre Channel transceivers, intended for use in Brocade Gen 7 directors and switches. Smartoptics is already a provider of 8G, 16G and 32G certified Fibre Channel (FC) transceivers for previous generations of Brocade switches, and the new offering extends this capability to Brocade Gen 7 directors and switches.
Smartoptics announces the DCP-R family of ROADMs for flexible open line systems Oslo, Norway– November 12, 2020 – Smartoptics, a leading provider of optical networking solutions, today announced the DCP-R family of DWDM ROADMs for flexible open line systems. With the DCP-R family Smartoptics addresses a new market of advanced and reconfigurable optical ring and [...]
Custodian Data Centres expands network capacity with Smartoptics’ open line system Oslo, Norway– October 06, 2020 – UK-based Custodian Data Centres chooses Smartoptics open line networking solutions to upgrade its network services. The new solution is based on Smartoptics’ DCP-M open line system for flexible 100G DWDM connectivity along with the recently launched H-Series for […]
Oslo, Norway – September 16, 2020 Smartoptics introduces the DCP-F family of active optical units Smartoptics, a leading provider of optical networking systems today announced the availability of the DCP-F family of active optical units for xWDM open line systems. The new family allows for an unprecedented flexibility in configuring optical point-to-point, ring and mesh […]
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.
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