Energy management: ProLabs, a provider of network connectivity solutions, is launching a new range of High Density CWDM transceivers specifically in line with UTC Telecom and Technology Expo 2017 in Charlotte, NC on May 8th – 12th. This will afford professionals attending the expo the opportunity to discuss with ProLabs how High Density technology allows operators to maximize their existing fiber infrastructure, avoiding the time and expense of installing new optical fiber.
The increasing requirement for new services to be deployed in a prompt, flexible and cost effective manner has driven the need for a new approach in fiber optic services. ProLabs High Density CWDM transceivers offer the capability to effectually double circuit capacity over existing CWDM infrastructure, reducing time and expense. Network operators can gain the benefits of overlaying new services on existing fiber optic networks without the capital investment associated with adding new fiber or purchasing new network equipment. ProLabs High Density CWDM technology combines a standard CWDM transmit and receive pair on to the pass band of a single CWDM wavelength, allowing up to 32 circuits over a standard CWDM solution. Additionally, the High Density CWDM is rated for industrial temperature applications, ensuring performance outside of controlled environments.
“ProLabs customers are continually challenged to offer new services without capital investment,” stated Ray Hagen, ProLabs Product Manager. “ProLabs is pleased to be introducing the High Density CWDM, ideal to address the challenges of service provider and enterprise networks.”
ProLabs is transforming network connectivity. As a leading global independent provider of optical network solutions, the company offers an extensive range of high-quality products including optical and copper transceivers; direct attach cables, media converters, active optical cables, and fiber cabling. With an unrelenting commitment to quality, service and support, ProLabs is the only mid-tier provider offering customization and lifetime product warranties. The company’s global headquarters are located in Cirencester, UK, with offices in Minneapolis, MN USA and San Francisco, CA USA.