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EXFO, Inc. (EXFO) Introduces The First 400G Test Solution

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EXFO, one of the leading providers of next-generation test and service assurance solutions for wireline and wireless network operators and equipment manufacturers, today introduced its new IQS-610P-HS-400G solution. This high-speed testing offer is a further development on EXFO's IQS-88100G Power Blazer module, and is now the industry's sole integrated 400G testing solution.

System manufacturers are directing their efforts towards the development of 400G to meet the growing need for speed demanded by carriers who are faced with ever increasing requirements for bandwidth and capacity. 400 Gbs is a pivotal step in the journey towards the 1 Tbs objective, and efficient 400G network implementation necessitates thorough 400G testing.

EXFO's new IQS-610P-HS-400G test solution has the flexibility to configure up to four 100 Gbs client interfaces simultaneously, featuring full traffic profiling, shaping, and monitoring capabilities, as well as fill the 400 Gbs data pipe. These capabilities enable NEMs and early adopters of 400 Gbs technology to simulate real-life services at 400 Gbs link capacity and monitor key QoS metrics to validate systems manufacturers' implementations. The innovative high-speed test solution also comes with centralized test configurations and result views, in addition to powerful automation capabilities that allow NEMs to repeat test routines throughout the development cycle for increased time savings and impeccable quality.

"In a highly competitive market, NEMs are striving to deliver high-speed transmission solutions that meet carriers' need for speed and optical reach while improving compensation for optical impairments," said Claudio Mazzuca, Vice-President of EXFO's Transport and Service Assurance Division. "Thanks to EXFO's powerful and open test architecture, NEMs and carriers have the assurance of knowing that their new 400G systems are proven capable of handling any of the demanding services that may be placed on them in the future. In addition, 400G development and early trials can be complex and cumbersome to perform without the proper test solution."

For further information, please visit EXFO.com

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