Syringa Networks selects the ADVA FSP 3000 Data Transport Solution
"We're excited to partner with ADVA Optical Networking to offer flexible data transport solutions to Idaho businesses," said Greg Lowe, President and CEO of Syringa Networks. "Cost effective access to data-intensive services helps rural communities retain local businesses, attract new companies and create jobs in their communities."
Founded in 2002 by 12 rural telephone companies, Syringa Networks' key focus has always been on the success of the communities it serves. By using the ADVA FSP 3000 as the cornerstone of its infrastructure, Syringa Networks is able to scale to meet any network demand, whether from private enterprise customers or the public sector.
"This network means much more than just reliability, availability and increased bandwidth," said John Scherzinger, senior vice president of sales in North America. "With always-on access to high-bandwidth applications, this network will have an enormous impact on businesses. Telemedicine, distance learning and video conferencing are just the beginning. This connectivity will expand economic capacity and commerce throughout southern Idaho."
The ADVA FSP 3000 is a scalable Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) system specifically designed for service providers and large enterprises that require a flexible, cost-effective system that will multiplex, transport, and protect high-speed data, storage, voice and video applications. The ADVA FSP 3000's varied features enable Syringa Networks to dynamically meet its business customers' varied requirements.
A trusted partner since 2004, ADVA Optical Networking has collaborated with Syringa Networks throughout the evolution of its network, supporting the company and its community outreach program along the way. Syringa Networks' involvement in local communities goes beyond the network, and ADVA Optical Networking continuously supports the company's outreach program by donating to its charity events and the company's beneficiary, Computers for Kids.
ABOUT SYRINGA NETWORKS
Syringa Networks specializes in custom network solutions for businesses, providing a wide range of networking services throughout the region. Delivered over a purpose-built self-healing fiber optic network, services are available at a range of speeds from T1 to OC-192 and Ethernet at data rates ranging from 1 Megabit (Mb) to 10 Gigabits (Gbs). The regional company also offers Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), MPLS, SONET, DWDM, ATM/Frame, Fiber-to-the-Tower, Network Equipment sales, and colocation facilities. For more information about Syringa Networks, please visit www.syringanetworks.net.
Syringa Networks is a privately held Idaho corporation, headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with additional offices in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and West Valley City, Utah.
ADVA AG Optical Networking, Martinsried/Munich and Meiningen, Germany
ADVA Optical Networking North America, Inc., Norcross, Georgia, USA
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ADVA Optical Networking SE
ADVA Optical Networking (FSE: ADV) is a global provider of intelligent telecommunications infrastructure solutions. With software-automated Optical+Ethernet transmission technology, the Company builds the foundation for high-speed, next-generation networks. The Company's FSP product family adds scalability and intelligence to customers' networks while removing complexity and cost. With a flexible and fast-moving organization, ADVA Optical Networking forges close partnerships with its customers to meet the growing demand for data, storage, voice and video services. Thanks to reliable performance for more than 15 years, the Company has become a trusted partner for more than 250 carriers and 10,000 enterprises across the globe. For more information, please visit us at www.advaoptical.com.
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