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January 6, 2004: Light Reading

Movaz Tames Dragon

January 06, 2004

PR Newswire

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Movaz Networks was selected as the optical networking equipment provider for the National Science Foundation funded effort to create intelligent end-to-end network transport services for advanced e-Science applications. Called the Dynamic Resource Allocation via Generalized MultiProtocol Label Switching (GMPLS) Optical Networks Project or DRAGON, this project will explore the ability of such optical networks to serve very advanced e-science applications.

"The ongoing results of this project will help improve the quality and quantity of high-end e-Science applications over optical networks at research facilities and educational institutions in North America," said Jerry Sobieski, engineering director, Mid-Atlantic Crossroads/University of Maryland and principle investigator for the DRAGON program. "Movaz Networks is a key partner in DRAGON. It will provide GMPLS-enabled wavelength selective switching for the core of the network and will be closely involved with inter-domain routing."

Movaz Networks Inc.

Topic revision: r1 - 2005-11-30 - ChrisTracy
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