Unique Oil & Gas Benefits Include
Optimized resource extraction
Extends the length of well operations
Early detection of potential problems to detect damage points before serious problems occur
Superior Optical Performance
Low loss increases network reach and minimizes the need for amplification.
Low return loss minimizes impairments of higher bit rate signals.
Low crosstalk enhances security.
It is the best performing switch family available today, and it enables new data center applications and architectures.
Dynamically reconfigure Polatis switches via a standards-based interface
SDN interface enables the optical switches to coexist with packet switches under centralized management control for efficiently orchestrating topology changes.
OpenFlow clients on Polatis switches allow data center operators to reconfigure the network on demand to deploy capacity where it is most needed and make the most productive use of network resources at the lowest cost.
A high reliability architecture with no single point of failure means that data centers can rely on Polatis switches for mission-critical applications.
The accumulated actuator life on field-deployed switches from Polatis exceeds a billion hours with no failures.
The Polatis Series 6000n 192x192 switch projected Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) exceeds 20 years.
Dark Fiber Switching
Dark Fiber Switching (DFS) enables a connection can be made and held without light on the fiber.
DFS simplifies turning up or restoring services where signals may be intermittent.
In multistage networks DFS minimizes the delay in turning up services across multiple switch hops.
DFS allows Polatis' switches to work with a wider range or optical signals and signal powers.
Polatis offers the only true dark fiber switches on the market.
Competitive Pricing with Superior Performance
Polatis offers solutions for the data center that provide world class performance at an attractive price and offers scalable, high-capacity, low-latency optical switching that allows organizations to future-proof their data center infrastructure.