Fujitsu Network Communications announced that Vivaro Telecom has selected the 1FINITY platform for a DWDM network deployment in Texas to enhance data services between the U.S. and Mexico.
Fujitsu 1FINITY platform offers scalable 400G wavelengths to support the bandwidth needs of today’s applications, including those that support remote working.
Vivaro Telecom (formerly Marcatel) provides international delivery of telecommunications, IT solutions, cybersecurity services and high-capacity services, operating metropolitan and long-distance fiber optic networks and data centers. The new network will operate between Dallas and McAllen, Texas.
The ROADM network will include 1FINITY Lambda blades, as well as 1FINITY T700 transport blades, the newest addition to the 1FINITY platform capable of delivering up to 1.6 Tbps capacity per blade. Plus, Vivaro Telecom can manage both the new network and their existing infrastructure with the Virtuora NC software-defined network (SDN) solution.
“As we strive to connect our carrier and business customers to the most important data centers in the U.S., this new deployment will ensure that our network delivers optimal performance today, and well into the future,” said Gustavo M. de la Garza Flores, chief executive officer, Vivaro. “Working with Fujitsu provides the peace of mind that we are making a smart investment.”
“Based on our history of deployments and fast product lead times from Fujitsu, we know the 1FINITY platform is the best choice for our network, delivering performance, scalability and efficiency in a small footprint,” said Isaias Alegria, director of technology, Vivaro Telecom.
“Innovation is essential to enabling the digital transformation that better connects people, organizations and data,” said Annie Bogue, chief operating officer and head of sales and marketing at Fujitsu Network Communications. “With the high-performance, scalable 1FINITY platform, Vivaro Telecom is well-positioned to offer the speed, security and agility to meet their customers’ communications needs.”