GigaMux 3300 Overview

The GigaMux 3300 is our carrier-class optical transport solution deployed by operators for the most ultra-low latent and data-intensive networks offering impressive line-rates from 100G to 400G per second to substantially increase bandwidth to reduce OpEx at a competitive CapEx.

Data centres have no need to compromise. The GigaMux 3300’s ultra-compact and space saving design minimises space required with chassis sizes available at 2RU and 5RU. AES-256 encryption ensures maximum data security of your customers’ mission-critical data and with it taking place at layer one, there is minimal increases in latency.

The GigaMux 3300 also aggregates a broad range of Ethernet, Storage Area Network (SAN), SONET/SDH and video service interfaces and converts them to dense division multiplexing (DWDM) signals using the Optical Transport Network (OTN) digital wrapper standard.

GigaMux 3200

Features

    High-density carrier-class optical transport

    100G non-coherent and coherent intelligent optics for flexible link engineering

  Ultra-low latency – ideal for time-sensitive applications like disaster recovery or data centre interconnect (DCI)

    Up to 16G (GEN5) Fibre Channel

    100G Ethernet, SDH STM-1/4/16/64

    Ultra-compact chassis design from 2RU

    Easily operate with GigaMux 3200 and GigaMux 3000 family of products

    Full automation and programmability with SDN-ready with service and management suite

ODC2 ULTRA (Optical Data Card 2)

The ODC2 ULTRA transponder service card enables network operators to deploy ultra-latent 16G GEN5 Fibre Channel networks with speeds of up to 14.025 Gbps (Gigabits per second) and up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet. It also supports backwards compatibility for 4G and 8G Fibre Channel.

Robust AES-256, NIST DP800-90A compliant encryption securely encrypts data at Layer One using Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange to prevent the interception of company confidential information. This makes the ODC2 ULTRA card an ideal fit for data centres in finance, education and healthcare sectors in addition to data centre interconnect (DCI) and disaster recovery applications.

In addition, the transponder card helps to avoid data loss from errors with up to two REGEN instances per card and three-stage regeneration FEC.