Interoute confirmed the deployment of the Infinera DTN-X platform, featuring 500 Gbps, long-haul super-channels, across its Pan-European network.
Interoute’s Pan-European network connects 102 cities in 30 countries and includes 21 dense city networks (MANs) in Europe’s major business centers and nine subsea landing stations. The carrier's fiber network serves every major European national telecoms provider, as well as major operators in North America, Africa, east and south Asia and the Middle East, including major mobile operators, ISPs, governments, universities and research agencies.
The Infinera DTN-X delivers 500G super-channels based on its Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) and FlexCoherent processor. It offers five Terabits of non-blocking OTN switching per bay, scalable to 240 Tbps in a multi-bay configuration, resulting in more efficient utilization of the 100G waves when compared to conventional WDM architectures. Infinera also said its Bandwidth Virtualization simplifies service deployment, enabling Interoute to deploy networks in days and services in minutes thereby lowering operational costs.
"The DTN-X helps us win in the marketplace," said Jonathan Wright, Vice President, Service Provider at Interoute. "Speed to deliver services is key in our industry. Infinera's solutions have enabled us to deliver anywhere from 10Gb/s to 500Gb/s capacity quickly and allows us to efficiently provision services, as the market dictates."
"The DTN-X continues to gain traction across the globe because customers are realizing the benefits of investing in an optical transport solution that converges OTN switching and WDM transport in the same chassis," said Chris Champion, Vice President, EMEA Sales.