|By Marketwired .||
|February 19, 2013 01:00 AM EST||
SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/19/13 -- Infinera (NASDAQ: INFN), a leading provider of Digital Optical Networks, announced today the completion of its first ultra-long-haul lab trial in Russia with FSUE ZNIIS, Russia's Central Science and Research Telecommunications Institute and the integrator of the latest technological advances in telecommunications in Russia. This trial demonstrates Infinera's ability to supply scalable, efficient and high capacity optical networking solutions to meet the needs of service providers in Russia.
The DTN-X trial with FSUE ZNIIS took place at ZNIIS' Techno Park in Moscow, successfully demonstrating 8 Terabits per second (Tb/s) of DWDM capacity across 1,175 kilometers. The network configuration provided flexible service add/drop and non-blocking OTN-switching capabilities and enabled a variety of different types of traffic demands including high speed 100 Gigabit Ethernet services (Gb/E), 40 Gb/E as well as widely used 10 Gb/E and 10 Gb/s SDH services. The trial was based on Infinera's DTN-X platform, using 500 Gb/s super-channels and integrated non-blocking OTN-switching. The all-in-one solution helps service providers steadily grow their network capacity up to 8 Tb/s.
"We are impressed by Infinera and the DTN-X solution, especially by its ability to quickly deploy and launch a DWDM line to demonstrate long-haul transmission," said Mrs. Svetlana Yarlykova, Scientific Director at FSUE ZNIIS. "The equipment was easy to operate. We are confident that Russian service providers will see the value in Infinera's next generation solution, offering an architecture that's simple and reliable due to photonic integration."
"We are pleased to complete this trial with ZNIIS," said Chris Champion, vice president EMEA sales. "The success of this demonstration is a milestone for Infinera. We demonstrated that our next generation DWDM optical networking solution, the Infinera DTN-X, is certified and available to the Russian market."
The Infinera DTN-X is the first to deliver 500 Gb/s long-haul super-channels based on Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) and the FlexCoherent Processor, scaling transport capacity without scaling operational complexity.
Infinera specializes in Digital Optical Networking systems that are designed to continually improve the economics of optical networking by combining the speed of optics with the simplicity of digital. Infinera is unique in its use of breakthrough semiconductor technology: Large Scale Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC). Infinera's systems leverage PIC technology to provide customers with a service-ready architecture that enables faster time-to-revenue and greater profitability through network efficiency and the ability to rapidly deliver differentiated services without reengineering their optical infrastructure. For more information, please visit http://www.infinera.com/.
About FSUE ZNIIS
FSUE Central Scientific and Research Institute of Communication is Russia's leading scientific and research organization in the sphere of telecommunications and IT. Today ZNIIS is integrating the cutting-edge technologies in Russian telecommunication companies. The Institute offers legal, economic, and technical consulting services on telecommunication and IT markets. ZNIIS is actively involved into core activities of several international organizations, including ITU and ETSI. To learn more about the Institute, its accomplishments and activities, please refer to http://zniis.ru/ and http://ngs.zniis.ru/services.
This press release contains forward-looking statements including, among other things, statements relating to Infinera product capabilities, advantages, and the current and planned future functionality including: that This trial demonstrates Infinera's ability to supply scalable, efficient and high capacity optical networking solutions to meet the needs of service providers in Russia; that the all-in-one solution helps service providers steadily grow their network capacity up to 8 Tb/s; that the Infinera DTN-X is the first to deliver 500 Gb/s long-haul super-channels based on PICs and the FlexCoherent Processor, scaling transport capacity without scaling operational complexity; and that Infinera's systems leverage PIC technology to provide customers with a service-ready architecture that enables faster time-to-revenue and greater profitability through network efficiency and the ability to rapidly deliver differentiated services without reengineering their optical infrastructure. These forward-looking statements are based on our current expectations. Actual results may vary materially from these expectations as a result of various risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, aggressive business tactics by our competitors, our dependence on a single product, our reliance on single-source suppliers, and our ability to respond to rapid technological changes. Further information about these risks and uncertainties, and other risks and uncertainties that affect our business, is contained in the risk factors section and other sections of our annual report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 6, 2012, as well subsequent reports filed with or furnished to the SEC. These reports are available on our website at www.infinera.com and the SEC's website at www.sec.gov. Infinera assumes no obligation to, and does not currently intend to, update any such forward-looking statements.
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