Wavetek Wandel Goltermann Secures $7.2-Million Order from Lucent for OC-192 Test Solution.Business Editors/High Tech Writers
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ANT-10Gig Will Support Lucent's Worldwide Optical Deployment Efforts
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WWG Weather Wing ), a global leader in the manufacture of fiber optic test and analysis equipment and systems, announces a $7.2 million purchase agreement with Lucent Technologies, a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of communications systems, software and products.
Under terms of the agreement, WWG will supply Lucent with ANT-10Gig Advanced Network Testers, the world's first field-tester for OC-192 and STM-64. Lucent will use the ANT-10Gig to support worldwide deployment of its WaveStar(TM) OLS OLS Ordinary Least Squares
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"The need for core transport of high-speed, highly-reliable private circuits, gigabit LAN (Local Area Network) A communications network that serves users within a confined geographical area. The "clients" are the user's workstations typically running Windows, although Mac and Linux clients are also used. interconnect and high-speed IP Router A router that is set up to route IP packets. See router and IP. networking, along with the desire for wavelength-based services that allow larger carriers to resell or wholesale wavelengths are all symptoms of the emerging trend of bandwidth as independent commodity," says Kevin Gribbon, Market Development Manager for WWG's North American North American
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The ANT-10Gig provides a portable test solution for high-speed transport networks. It offers access to all standard interfaces from 1.5 / 2 Mbit/s up to 10 Gbit/s and can support multiple signal structures up to the OC-192 / STM-64 level and their analysis down to 64 Kbit/s. This newest member of the well-regarded ANT-20 family of bit error testers also offers access to mixed structures such as DS1 in STM-1 or E1 in STS-1. In addition, the product features the benefits of a Microsoft(R) Windows(TM) user interface with a large 10.4" touch screen and a professional printout facility.
The ANT-10Gig is equipped to test the functions and capabilities of SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) The European counterpart to SONET. See SONET.
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About Lucent Technologies
Lucent's Bell Labs has garnered more than 2,000 patents in optical technology alone. According to Dell'Oro Group, Lucent captured the largest market share - 34 percent (or approximately $1.3 billion) - of the $3.8 billion global DWDM equipment market in 1999. And with approximately 7,000 systems installed worldwide, Lucent is the global leader in deploying DWDM technology. For more information about Lucent's Optical Networking Group, please visit its Web site at http://www.lucent-optical.com .
Lucent Technologies, headquartered in Murray Hill, N.J., USA, designs and delivers the systems, software, silicon and services for next-generation communications networks for service providers and enterprises. Backed by the research and development of Bell Labs, Lucent focuses on high-growth areas such as optical and wireless networks; Internet infrastructure; communications software; communications semiconductors and optoelectronics; Web-based enterprise solutions that link private and public networks; and professional network design and consulting services. For more information on Lucent Technologies, visit its Web site at http://www.lucent.com .
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