Wednesday, March 23, 2011

XKL, LLC. Launches New Optical Gear to Light Dark Fiber More Cost-Effectively

XKL, LLC a leading provider of fiber optic networking equipment, which was founded by Len Bosack (who founded Cisco Systems in 1984), has rolled out two new DarkStar DWDM products, the DXM10-4 and the DXM10-2. These systems provide the opportunity for more businesses to light dark fiber more cost-effectively. With a starting point of just 10 Gbps of power, the scalability and affordability to take advantage of dark fiber is now realistic for enterprise businesses (inter/intra-campus); small carriers, ISPs and more. The 'plug and play' DXM series DWDM equipment can be deployed in as little as 1 RU increments and offers flexible expansion opportunities.

Both the DSM10-4 adn the DXM10-2 are small devices that can support the needs of a variety of enterprise, carrier and ISP businesses. Whether it's a start up operation, expansion network point or a private enterprise wide-area networking solution, XKL's DarkStar products provide interconnectivity solutions for metro, regional and long distance networks. Furthermore, by providing end-to-end optical transport delivery solutions, latency across the network is decreased further enabling companies to leverage the opportunities of a low-latency networking solution.

The company issued a press release on the wires, but certainly more information about the DMX10-4 and DXM10-2 DWDM devices can be found at www.xkl.com/products.

About the Author:

Ilissa Miller is the Managing Partner of Jaymie Scotto & Associates, a full-service Public Relations and Marketing firm for the Telecommunications Industry. JS&A provides a full suite of communication services and hosts networking events geared specifically for the Telecom industry. The company has just launched The Telecom Exchange, which will be held in New York City on June 29th. The event will host over 500 industry executives for a day of networking and business development opportunities. For more information about JS&A visit http://www.jaymiescotto.com/, for information about the Telecom Exchange, sponsorship and branding opportunities or to register, visit http://www.thetelecomexchange.com/.

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