Spread Adds ADVA 100Gb Capacity

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Low-latency fiber network provide Spread Networks has increased the capacity of its Ultra-Low-Latency Chicago-New York Wavelength service to support up to 80 wavelengths of 100 Gigabits per second (to provide total bandwidth of up to 8 Terabits per second), utilizing ADVA Optical Networking's FSP 3000 wavelength-division multiplexing transport hardware. The ADVA 100Gb technology is also available on Spread's standard wavelength and dark fiber services.