Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Zayo Bandwidth Selects Infinera for Northeastern Network

Zayo Bandwidth, a provider of fiber-based bandwidth in 17 states, has selected Infinera for its regional network in the Northeastern U.S. Specifically, Zayo has deployed Infinera DTN system in the busy northeastern corridor from New York to Washington, DC as well as interconnecting Chicago to the east coast. Financial terms were not disclosed.


Zayo has deployed Infinera in the busy northeastern corridor from New York to Washington, DC as well as interconnecting Chicago to the east coast to serve the increasing bandwidth requirements of its customers. Zayo chose Infinera because the Infinera Digital ROADM offers high capacity and integrated, reconfigurable switching, enabling Zayo to provision or reconfigure bandwidth quickly and cost-effectively.


Infinera said Zayo chose its Digital ROADM offers high capacity and integrated, reconfigurable switching, enabling Zayo to provision or reconfigure bandwidth quickly and cost-effectively.


Zayo offers a wide range of telecom services including private line, Ethernet, wavelength, Internet and colocation services to customers in the telecom, enterprise and government sectors and other bandwidth-intensive organizations.


The Infinera DTN is a Digital ROADM for long-haul and metro core networks, combining high-capacity DWDM transport, integrated digital bandwidth management, and GMPLS-powered service intelligence in a single platform. The Infinera DTN system is based on Infinera's large-scale photonic integrated circuits (PICs), which integrate more than 60 optical devices on a pair of chips, to enable an optical system with 100 Gbps of capacity on every line card.http://www.infinera.com

  • Zayo has raised more than $340 million in private equity and debt financing to support an aggressive plan to provide telecom services in selected regional markets

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