Syringa Networks lights up new optical route with ADVA

Syringa Networks, a regional wholesale service provider, is upping the ante of its optical network by employing ADVA's (XETRA: ADV.DE) FSP 3000 platform across its network.

ADVA FSP 3000

ADVA's FSP 3000 platform

In addition to its own independent telco consortium customers, Syringa's 2,500 mile fiber network is being used increasingly for to provide business services to Southern Idaho and northern Utah businesses and to wholesale customers including cable and wireless operators.

While Syringa has been working with ADVA since 2004, the deployment of this platform complements its move last year to extend its network into the Utah region.

On the business services side, Syringa offers a suite of optical and IP-based services including Ethernet, MPLS-WAN, Private Line and Dedicated Internet Access (DIA). The service provider has found success with multi-site businesses like the American Red Cross of Greater Idaho, which was able to consolidate connections for its five Idaho-based locations.

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