Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM)

Enjoy increased bandwidth and distance for your optical fiber data transfers using Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing technology.

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Worry-free fiber-optical connection

Networks and large-scale organizations contend with enormous amounts of data. Telecommunications companies and VoIP services, especially, deal with data and content in real-time and across varied 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.

Guaranteed Bandwidth and security

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. 

Global Presence

Our ever-expanding network has Points-of-Presence around the world. From Moscow to Mumbai, Amsterdam to Seattle, LA to Tokyo, and everything in between. Download our worldmap for more insight.

Key Features

Limitless transmission capacity

By multiplexing several independent optical signals on the same fiber, i3D.net is able to carry multiple wavelengths over its DWDM backbone.

Protocol Agnostic

DWDM allows for any combination of data transfer formats, independent of protocol. Hence, you can combine any VoIP, video-IP, Ethernet, and FiberChannel traffic together and send it via the same optical fiber using different wavelengths.

Abundant MTU

We guarantee a Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of 1500 bytes, as per the Ethernet standard. And if your data transfers stay on our network, you are entitled to Jumboframes, increasing your MTU to 9000 bytes.

What is DWDM?

DWDM technology allows different types of data formats to be combined and sent via fiber-optics to vastly increase bandwidth. 

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Additional Benefits

Global Presence

With a private 10+ Tbps backbone, stretching around the globe, we are able to secure your connection in more than 40 locations worldwide.

Round-the-Clock Support

Our Global Presence requires i3D.net’s technical support to be available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, all-year-round with direct access to our experts.

Room for Growth

When your business grows, your IT infrastructure grows with it. Our solutions are flexible and have no limitations so you can grow without any worries about IT infrastructure.

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    Set your DWDM connection

    Reach out to our team of experts for more information on DWDM customized to your specific needs.

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