COLO Increases Dark Fiber Capacity with the ADVA FSP 3000

  • COLO
ATLANTA - Colocation and datacenter services company, COLO has selected ADVA Optical Networking’s FSP 3000 to increase capacity at its 34 Peachtree facility in downtown Atlanta. With an already large blend of transit, COLO has extensive capacity at its data center. With an eye towards meeting the demands of future growth and a desire to maintain a high level of service for existing and future customers, the decision was made to increase network capacity.

COLO has secured an additional dark fiber ring consisting of two pairs of fiber. The new circuits run between the COLO headquarters at 34 Peachtree, and 56 Marietta (one of the most highly connected locations in the continental US). The new fiber circuits will be delivered via Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) using newly installed ADVA FSP 3000 equipment. These new circuits will be turned up as needed by COLO and its customers. With the new ADVA FSP 3000, each fiber gets split into a wave, or channel resulting in a capacity of up to (40) 10 Gbps waves per fiber pair or a mixture of 10 Gbps and 1 Gbps waves. This hardware and fiber ring allows COLO to respond to customer needs as well as increase capacity either incrementally, or in large blocks as needed.


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