I want to terminate a 100Gb fiber circuit and break it down to 10 x 10Gb fiber circuits? Can we do it with a Cisco solution?

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Tom Randstrom Tue, 07/20/2010 - 09:36
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What is the 100Gb fiber circuit composed of or where/what are you receiving it from?

MUX refers to a multiplexer.  There are a number of different technologies that use the MUX terminology.  There are optical multiplexers that take multiple wavelengths of light a combine them onto a single fiber.  There are also SONET/SDH/OTN multiplexers that take lower rate signals and combine them into higher rate signals. 

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viyuan700 Thu, 07/22/2010 - 10:51
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Cisco have 100G card on CRS 3 you can connect it to other 100G 5-10 miles away but i think they dont have 100G card yet for Optical Mux/Demux/Crossconnect (i.e 15454).

Most probabaly you have to buy from somebody else read about Infinera that they were carrying 100G over 10 10G (but tose were all experiments) and few other vendors who have 100G product. You can google who can supply you that kind of product I saw some more vendots at OFC but don't have those names in my head right now. These producst are in early stages so have to check who can supply.


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