Uses pluggable SFP/SFP+ optics for both service and uplinks
Supports full C-Band Tunable DWDM Line sides (SFP/SFP+)
Optional integrated EDFAs, Mux/Demux and Optical Switch modules
Bidirectional performance monitoring
Supports single and dual fiber
Dual AC/DC pluggable Power Supply and pluggable FAN Unit
The PL-1000TE-Crypto is a multi-rate, multi-service Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing transponder (DWDM) supporting innovative cryptographic capability for 40GE, 10GbE, GbE data and 4/8/10/16G FC storage services. With this capability, the PL-1000TE-Crypto provides added security benefit to any DWDM link by encrypting the data passing between the sites.
On the data plane PL-1000TE cryptography performs layer-1 AES-256 Encryption to full bandwidth passing services. The encryption provides end-to-end transparency of data and clock with a low latency of less than 12usec for 10GbE.
PacketLight’s comprehensive encryption solution ensures three major concerns of optical link security:
Confidentiality - preventing disclosure of information to unauthorized parties
Data integrity - ensuring that the message has not been altered
Authentication - validating that both parties involved are indeed who they claim to be
On the management plane the PL-1000TE-Crypto supports the secured management protocols HTTPS, SSH, SNMPv3 and RADIUS, roll based user password and firewall. The PL-1000TE-Crypto also detects degradation in the fiber link performance for automatic detection of tapping attempt.
The PL-1000TE-Crypto is suited for the following applications:
Transporting 8G/10G clients over long distance optical network
Edge CPE device for end to end managed services over carrier OTN backbone Robust Packet optical network infrastructure
ROADM based applications as Multirate OTN transponder
Building effcient CWDM/DWDM solutions for Enterprises
Reducing the cost of backbone solution by reducing the number of required regenerators
CWDM / DWDM, Multiplexed Transmission Testing, Metro Ethernet, Data Centre Connectivity, GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network), Last Mile, Network Infrastructure, Network Core and Edge, OTN (Optical Transport Networking), CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Dark Fiber, DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Layer-1 Encryption for Optical Networks, Storage Area Networks (SAN), Enterprise Networking, Ethernet and LAN Devices, Fiber Interconnect Components
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