ADVA helps Hawaii's Wavecom Solutions to advance enterprise services drive

Wavecom Solutions, a Hawaiian-based service provider focused on the business market, has employed ADVA Optical (XETRA: ADV.DE) to increase the efficiency of its network and add new cloud and UC (unified communications) services to its growing service portfolio.

By deploying ADVA's FSP 3000 DWDM system, Wavecom said it was able to overcome a number of network and service challenges throughout the six-island sub-sea and terrestrial fiber network sites it serves in Hawaii.

On the network side, the DWDM platform helped it achieve three main goals: overcoming fiber constraints, consolidating transport and service requirements, and providing 10 Gbps network coverage.

From a services perspective, the added bandwidth and network efficiencies it gained it will be able to advance its cloud, unified communications and business-based voice and data solutions. In addition to providing low- and high-speed point-to-point transport up to 10 Gbps, Wavecom will offer cloud computing via its WaveFlex service.

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