Nistica, a Fujikura subsidiary that supplies agile optical networking solutions, and NTT Electronics (NEL), a provider of integrated optical and electronics technologies, have teamed to tackle twin wavelength selective switches designed for next-gen route-and-select architectures. Nistica, NEL and Fujikura are cooperating in the joint development of multiple twin WSS modules optimized for transmission of 100 Gb/s channels and future super-channel formats at higher capacity. The devices will be made by Fujikura Fiber Optics in Vietnam. Nistica is demonstrating the twin WSS modules at the Optical Fiber Communications conference in California this week.

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