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DWDM

DWDM

(Dense WDM) The term given to wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) when significantly more channels were being added. Since WDM is increasingly more "dense" all the time, both terms are used synonymously. See WDM.
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Worldwide optical transport DWDM equipment market revenues are forecast to grow 10% year-over-year from $4.
According to Dell'Oro Group (February 2004), the DWDM market will experience steady growth through 2007.
Ekinops' optical transport solutions allow service providers and private network to seamlessly migrate their networks with next generation DWDM equipment," says Didier Bredy, CEO of Ekinops.
Metro DWDM is expected to be one of the hot topics at next month's NFOEC show that will be held in Chicago, IL from September 26th through September 30th.
Protocol Transparency/Low Latency--Most DWDM systems support Fibre Channel, ESCON, ATM, FICON, GbE, SONET/SDH, Sysplex Coupling Facility timers, and video.
For carriers and their customers, this eliminates the need for expensive router interfaces and provides a cost-effective way to connect two separate 10G Ethernet networks via the carrier's SONET or DWDM infrastructure.
This report addresses a multitude of issues associated with DWDM and its applications in the core environment, including technical implementations and marketing perception.
Worldwide telecommunications service provider DWDM equipment market forecasts indicate that markets at $4.
Siemens, with a 21 percent leading market share in 2005, benefited from strong North America sales of its SURPASS hiT 7500 long-haul DWDM solution.
The ability to bring new sites online for existing clients as well as add new clients onto our DWDM network without disrupting service is one of the key reasons we selected the ROADM capabilities of the Cisco ONS 15454," commented Tero Ahokas, director, Global Operations for TietoEnator.