Start-up PhotonEx optical gear to deliver data farther, faster

Greene, Tim
November 2000
Network World;11/13/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 46, p17
Trade Publication
Focuses on Bedford, Massachusetts-based start-up PhotonEx's development of a high-speed optical switch that can pump more data farther than its competitors' products. Elimination of costly midline electronic repeaters; Management team; Ability to provide bandwidth for application service providers in days or hours.


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