Telindus Telecom employs ADVA's FSP 3000 to power network, cloud services

Telindus Telecom, a Luxembourg-based competitive carrier, has deployed ADVA Optical Networking's FSP 3000 with encryption technology as a platform to ensure the security of its network and the cloud services it delivers to its business customers.

Having the added encryption technology in place will help the competitive provider address the country's rigorous security confidentiality requirements.

Because the FSP 3000 has a protocol agnostic design, the platform can transport any type of traffic, including Fibre Channel, InfiniBand and Ethernet. All data that passes through a client port, not just the payload or select bytes, is encrypted at the lowest network layer.

By installing the FSP 3000, ADVA said its encryption technology will allow Telindus to safeguard all data as it travels between all of the service provider's multiple data center locations and ensure continuous access to mission-critical cloud-based business services.

"With the rapid migration of our customers to cloud-based services, security and availability become even more critical," said Jacques Ruckert, director of products and solutions, Telindus Luxembourg, in a release. "That is why we are working with the team at ADVA Optical Networking: their solutions are widely adopted for their encryption capabilities, especially within the enterprise community."

For more:
- see the release

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