Centred on the ADVA FSP 3000, Exaring's new national backbone network will transmit high quality, on-demand television and gaming services to around 23 million households.
The 100Gbit/s core transport infrastructure has a total fibre length of 12,000km. Apparently it has a good reach, reliability and low latency.
Exaring head of networks, Tim Kleefass, said that the gear is a high-speed solution, which can provide an unrivalled viewing experience, combining the simplicity of an app and the flexibility of the cloud.
“Our innovative IP service model delivers unprecedented choice and phenomenal quality to both residential and mobile customers," he said.
"Digitisation is changing the media landscape at an unprecedented rate. Now, thanks to the low latency and small footprint of the ADVA FSP 3000, we have the technological advantage to keep ahead of the competition. What's more, the power and scalability of our network means we can explore further entertainment innovation in the future, such as virtual reality and 3D holography."
Exaring's 80-channel fiber optic transport system will be used exclusively for the transmission of IP entertainment, including next-generation technologies such as Ultra-HD 8K TV.
With a robust, high-capacity DWDM network solely dedicated to on-demand streaming and multi-player gaming, internet bottlenecks are bypassed and delay-free services are assured.
The flexible architecture also allows Exaring to integrate and deploy new services in a very short time. Deploying the ADVA FSP 3000 is the ideal response to soaring data demand. Built for high-bandwidth applications like ultra-HD video streaming, its reach and market-leading low-latency performance will help drive energy efficiency throughout Exaring's network.