Networks and large-scale organizations contend with enormous amounts of data. Telecommunications companies and WebRTC-based services deal with data and content in real-time, across various devices. And as online services continue to expand, demand for efficient data transfer will only continue to grow.
You can optimize your network investments and increase bandwidth by getting the most out of our optical fiber. Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) condenses – multiplexes – data signals from various sources and transmits them over a single optical fiber. This enables huge amounts of data to travel along a single network route rapidly and securely, 100 times more than grey optics.
By multiplexing several independent optical signals on the same fiber, i3D.net is able to carry multiple wavelengths over its DWDM backbone on 10GbE and larger circuits. Carrying the data along distinct wavelengths – channels – ensures that data signals remain clearly partitioned, eliminating interference with each other and upholding security measures.
DWDM technology allows different types of data formats to be combined and sent via fiber-optics to vastly increase bandwidth.