ADVA announced that the Central Bank of Austria is deploying its FSP 3000 technology in a data center interconnect (DCI) network.
The infrastructure, with capacity for up to 32Gbit/s Fibre Channel and 100Gbit/s Ethernet services, provides high-speed disaster recovery and business continuity capabilities that are essential for mission-critical operations.
It’s protected by ADVA’s ConnectGuard Optical encryption and the real-time assurance of the ADVA ALM fiber monitoring solution. ADVA’s modular FSP 3000 platform ensures that the bank’s redundant point-to-point system is easily scalable and highly efficient with space and power consumption.
The network was installed by ADVA’s partners Componet and dacoso, who are also providing support with maintenance and SLA management.
“Built on the ADVA FSP 3000 and secured by ConnectGuard Optical encryption, our new DCI network supports the fastest, most advanced SAN connectivity available, ensuring mission-critical data is always accessible and fully protected,” said Daniela Karanitsch, head of IT operations, Central Bank of Austria.
Central Bank of Austria’s network can transport up to 200Gbit/s on a single wavelength. It supports a range of services on one platform, including 1, 10, 25, 40 and 100Gbit/s Ethernet as well as 8, 16 and 32Gbit/s Fibre Channel.