Next generation versatile 200G capacity platform with low power consumption and compact 1U dimensions.
Compact highly integrated 1U 200G solution with OTN cross connect
Three user configurable operating modes ADM, Muxponder and Transponder
Supporting 10G/40G and 100G service and protocol mix
Embedded GCM-AES-256 encryption for either the uplink or separated per client
Supporting A-Z provisioning and intuitive web based GUI
Supports multiple user configurable operation modes: Muxponder, Transponder and ADM
10G LAN, 8G/10G/16G/32G Fibre Channel,
STM64/OC192, OTU2, OTU2e, 40G LAN,
OTU3, 100G LAN, OTU4
Standards based ITU-T G.709 Forward Error Correction (FEC)
GFEC for metro applications
Soft Decision (SD) FEC for long haul applications
Dual pluggable CFP2 Coherent tunable DWDM line interfaces
Layer-1 GCM-AES-256 based Encryption
Comprehensive Line and Service performance Monitoring
Integrated EDFAs, Mux/Demux, Optical Switch, providing solution in a box
Remote management with In-band or out-of-band Optical Supervisory Channel (OSC)
Dual AC or DC pluggable Power Supply and pluggable FAN Unit
Supports standard MSA pluggable SFP+ (8G/10G/16G/32G client), QSFP+ (40G client), QSFP28 (100G client) and CFP2 (uplink)
Operates with both dual or single fiber
PL-2000AD is the PacketLight’s 200G multi-protocol multi-rate Muxponder/Transponder/ADM solution for building high capacity optical transport networks. Its flexible architecture enables the same device be used in multiple applications and adapt to network growth and changes.
The PL-2000AD product provides high transport capacity of up to 200G in a modular and cost-effective way for rolling out services. It fully meets the market demands for low power consumption, rack space savings and reduction in the overall solution CAPEX and OPEX by increasing the capacity of enterprise, metro and long haul networks.
The PL-2000AD supports flexible mix of 10G/40G/100G client interfaces protocols and aggregating them into a 100G OTU4 uplinks. The platform supports various client services including the protocols: 10G/40G/100G LAN, STM64/OC192, OTU2/3/4 and 8G/10G/16G/32G FC, thus allows an easy migration from current to future service requirements (protocols and rates) without replacing the unit.
The PL-2000AD 1U device supports up to two integrated optical amplifiers. It is the smallest, most integrated transport solution of its kind reaching up to 200Km/42dB without intermediate sites and 2500Km with Inline sites.
Ideal for Metro and Long Haul networks applications ranging up to 2,500km such as:
High capacity enterprise and campus networks data center connectivity (DCI)
Dynamic add/drop of services in ring, linear add/drop topologies
High bandwidth connectivity for data center and cloud computing
Last mile access/aggregation CPE for 10G/40G/100G managed service
Providing 100G links over existing OTN/DWDM infrastructure (alien wavelength)
Secured and encrypted communication
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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