Asia America Gateway upgrades network with Ciena

APACTelecom Paper — The Asia America Gateway (AAG) consortium has upgraded its Asia and trans-Pacific cable network leveraging Ciena’s GeoMesh submarine solutions. Ciena said this will allow AAG to meet growing demand for international capacity. The AAG is a 20,000-km submarine communications cable system, connecting Southeast Asia with the US mainland, across the Pacific Ocean via Guam and Hawaii.–1123481

Biznet deploys High-Speed Services in Indonesia with Ciena

IndonesiaDeveloping Telecoms — Indonesia’s Biznet has deployed solutions from Ciena on its 100G fibre-optic terrestrial and submarine networks. Ciena’s converged packet-optical platforms and GeoMesh submarine solution will allow Biznet to address growing demand for cable TV and broadband services in rural and underserved areas across the archipelago.

AAG Taps Ciena For Trans-Pacific Network Capacity

APACTele Analysis — The Asia America Gateway (AAG) consortium recently upgraded its Asia and trans-Pacific cable network leveraging Ciena’s GeoMesh submarine solutions. This will allow AAG to meet growing demand for international capacity. According to TeleGeography private networks share of total used trans-Pacific bandwidth is forecast to grow by more than 50 percent in 2016.

RCom subsidiary GCX upgrades transatlantic route with Ciena solutions

Hong KongIndia Times — NEW DELHI: Reliance Communications’ subsidiary Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), an international integrated communications solutions provider, said that it has deployed Ciena’s Packet Networking solutions to enable high-capacity Ethernet services on its transatlantic route.

NZ’s Kordia deploys 9.6Tbps backhaul network

New ZealandTelecom Asia — New Zealand state-owned wholesale operator Kordia has made a multi-million dollar investment in a new 9.6Tbps fiber backhaul network to help meet rising traffic demands. The packet optical network uses DWDM and Ethernet technology from Ciena to provide a network optimized for delivery of 10Gbps and 100Gbps connections.

GBI extends relationship with Ciena

UAEZAWYA — Dubai: Gulf Bridge International (GBI), a service provider that operates an integrated network connecting the world to the Middle East, signed an agreement with Ciena® (NYSE: CIEN) to deploy its Converged Packet-Optical Networking solutions, that will support the region’s increasing demand for connectivity.

KVH and Ciena Run Successful 400 Gbps Field Trial – First in Japan

JapanTOKYO — KVH Co., Ltd., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, in collaboration with Ciena, today announced the success of a field trial for 400 Gbps data transmission over KVH’s fiber-optic network between Tokyo and Osaka. This field trial represents the first successful data transmission at 400 Gbps over live fiber-optic infrastructure in Japan and solidifies KVH’s position as the leading innovator in Ethernet technology in the Japanese market.

AAG Upgrades Trans-Pacific Submarine Cable Network with Ciena

The Asia America Gateway (AAG) consortium recently selected Ciena (NYSE:CIEN) for a 100G expansion to significantly enhance its trans-Pacific cable network to address the growing demand for anywhere, anytime broadband access. Ciena’s converged packet optical solutions will add multi-terabit data capacity, and enable AAG’s network to reliably meet the demands of on-demand data networking services and traffic growth driven by mobile applications, high-definition video and cloud computing.