Adva Optical Networking is participating in the Brocade Developer Program, which will enable enterprise customers the ability to efficiently roll-out next-generation data center technologies between their sites.

Adva Optical Networking’s optical transmission technologies provide the platforms for IT decision-makers to gain efficiencies by implementing solutions across multiple sites. The company’s flagship product, the FSP 3000, is able to transport several terabits of data capacity over virtually any distance, enabling customers to transfer any type of Fiber Channel and Enhanced Ethernet traffic between data centers.

“The main purpose behind the Brocade Developer Program is to continually drive innovation through end-to-end testing of complementary networking products so that customers can continue to deploy new solutions with confidence,” said Patric Chang, director of strategic alliances at Brocade, in a statement.

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