MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wave2Wave Solution, the global leader in data center connectivity with automation, today announces its ROME® 250 Robotic Optical Switching platform. ROME 250 extends the ROME portfolio with a smaller platform and lower price entry point that will enable telecommunication and data center operators to migrate to software defined networking (SDN) completely down to the physical connectivity layer.
Riding on the success of ROME 500 and the scalability of ROME fabric, ROME 250 offers a new level of granularity that is fully compatible in network architecture and software interfaces. As data intensity grows towards the network edge, ROME 250 offers significant CAPEX savings with 100’s and 1,000’s of network cross connect points, while reducing the OPEX to near zero.
“ROME closes the last gap for a fully automated and software defined network in data centers and telecom infrastructure. We are excited about how ROME® is enabling the industry with a dynamic architecture and automated provisioning process,” said David Wang, founder and CEO of Wave2Wave. “We have been working with some of the largest telecom and data center operators in the world, and we are streamlined with our global teams and capabilities to support this explosive growth.”
ROME 250 offers 256 fiber end points in a 19” 10RU chassis, supporting either single mode or multi-mode OM4 fiber connections. Along with ROME 500, ROME 250 is integrated with a number of 3rd party orchestration software platforms. ROME 250 is immediately available for worldwide customers and channel partners.
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About Wave2Wave Solution
Founded in 2003, Wave2Wave Solution has operations in Silicon Valley, Ireland, Israel and China. Wave2Wave serves worldwide customers directly and through channel partners. With connectivity as the key focus, Wave2Wave does business in three market segments, including board-level optical interconnect and silicon photonics, data center infrastructure cabling, and robotic optical switching.