Mayan to streamline optical networks

Greene, Tim
February 2000
Network World;02/07/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p34
Trade Publication
Reports on Mayan Networks' plan to streamline optical networks. Interest in removing digital cross-connects, frame relay switches, ATM switches and SONET add-drop multiplexers from service provider metropolitan-area networks for less expensive carrier infrastructure; Replacement of gear with optical access switch Unifier; Employees from other companies; Development facilities opened.


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