AllPath OPX Layer 1 Optical Path Exchange and Fiber Port Aggregator families

“The Glass Core-based managed and dynamic network infrastructure increases overall operations efficiency in data center networks,” said M. H. Raza, CEO of Fiber Mountain.

Fiber Mountain, Inc., the Glass Core Company and provider of transformative and managed fiber connectivity for webscale, enterprise and colocation data centers, today announced it has continued expansion of the Glass Core product range with a new family of layer 1 SDN Optical Path Exchanges (OPX) and a comprehensive extension to the LS-2000 family of Fiber Port Aggregators (FPAs).

The new AP-4300 OPX family provides two (2) new models supporting Single Mode and MultiMode managed optical connectivity for 25Gbps/100Gbps Ethernet networks. The new LS-2000 family includes nine (9) new 2RU models supporting Single Mode and MultiMode fiber to breakout or aggregate 24 fiber MPO, 12 fiber MPO or 8 fiber MPO interfaces to LC or MPO connectivity. All new products are managed by Fiber Mountain’s AllPath Director (APD) orchestration software.

Coupled with the new OPXs, Fiber Mountain is also announcing AllPath Director (APD) release 3.0. This release adds new features to the award-winning orchestration software platform, including an Audit Trail of all actions taken and live Network Documentation of the entire network infrastructure of layer 1 devices and connections.

“The addition of these new products to our Glass Core portfolio, along with updated APD orchestration capabilities, continues to enhance the evolving dynamic data center network infrastructure. The Glass Core-based managed and dynamic network infrastructure increases overall operations efficiency in data center networks,” said M. H. Raza, CEO of Fiber Mountain.

AllPath Director (APD) release 3.0 includes the ability to create…

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