CoreOptics Announces Availability of MLSE Technology for Optical Networks

CoreOptics Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of 40Gbps and 10Gbps optical networking subsystems announced availability of the second generation of its Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation (MLSE) technology for deployment in metro/regional optical networks.

“I am very pleased to announce market launch of this truly disruptive next generation distortion equalization platform that we believe is the best answer for carriers’ demand for high performance and low cost converged optical networks,” said Hamid Arabzadeh, Chairman of the board, President and CEO of CoreOptics. “In addition to significant CAPEX/OPEX savings, optical metro and regional transmission platforms based on MLSE will offer an adaptive compensation capability that will enable R-OADM based installed networks to achieve much faster service activation time.”

CoreOptics has established market leadership in providing highly advanced equalization solutions based on electronic signal processing at 10Gbps, while providing a complete set of 40 Gbps transponder modules. The company’s innovative technology is “field-proven” and is in deployment with top tier-1 service providers globally.

“CoreOptics has been in the forefront of delivering 10/40 Gbps product innovations to advance the transformation to packet-oriented optical networking and increase the efficiency of existing network infrastructure,” said Dr. Christoph Schulien, chief technology officer of CoreOptics. ”Our company’s 10G MLSE equalization technology, is a fundamental building block in CoreOptics’ long-term strategy to advance utilization of optical networks by broadly applying digital signal processing to optical transport at 10, 40 and 100Gbps.”

CoreOptics currently offers 10 Gbps DWDM, 40 Gbps Single Channel Short Reach and 40/43G DWDM transponder modules. The company’s product portfolio also includes 43 Gb/s Ultra-FEC, 40G Mux/DeMux for 4x10G client signals and Interface Converter supporting SFI-5s, SFI-4, XFI to enable building of next generation Open Tolerant Networks.

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