Fujitsu successfully demonstrated 600 Gbps single wavelength optical transmission using the 1FINITY T600 Transport platform during the NANOG 74 conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, earlier this week.
Software-provisioned data rates up to 600 Gbps per wavelength were achieved by a combination of high-performance components and electronics on the T600, maximizing spectral efficiency and reach for optimized network performance.
“At OFC 2018, Fujitsu was the first optical vendor to exhibit 500G per lambda,” said Rod Naphan, Deputy Head of the Network Products Business Unit at Fujitsu. “This week’s public demonstration of 600G further validates our leadership in next-generation coherent technology and positions us to bring the 1FINITY T600 to market in 1Q19.”
Fujitsu asserts that 1FINITY T600 delivers sophisticated and flexible modulation schemes and variable forward error correction (FEC). The advanced modulation flexibility provides optimum reach, capacity and power consumption, thereby enabling network operators to reduce cost per bit per kilometer for data center interconnect (DCI), metro, long-haul and submarine applications.
For details on the announcement, see http://www.fujitsu.com/ca/en/about/resources/news/press-releases/2018/fnc-20181003.html
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