Bandwidth9 collaborates with Corning Incorporated

July 11, 2001
July 11, 2001 Bandwidth9 is working with Corning Incorporated to explore combined solutions that reduce costs and magnify deployment flexibility for metro optical carriers.

July 11, 2001 Bandwidth9 (www.bw9.com), a designer and manufacturer of tunable optical components and modules for metropolitan networks, is working with Corning Incorporated (www.corning.com) to explore combined solutions that reduce costs and magnify deployment flexibility for metro optical carriers. The solutions are based on Corning's MetroCor optical fiber and Bandwidth9's MetroFlex metro-optimized tunable transmitter module.

Corning's MetroCor fiber enables metropolitan networks to carry high-density data traffic while reducing complexity and network costs. Bandwidth9's MetroFlex subsystems are complete, tunable optical transmitters that enable profitable metro networks by giving optical systems vendors and their customers more complete and reliable control over bandwidth provisioning.

"Pairing Bandwidth9's metro-optimized tunable laser with Corning's state-of-the-art fiber leverages the technological strengths of both products," said Hatch Graham, Bandwidth9 chairman and CEO. "Together, Corning and Bandwidth9 can help metro carriers build and deploy the most cost-effective and technologically advanced DWDM systems available today, and this partnership will enable both companies to offer a more complete solution to their customers."

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