One of our partners has deployed Starview’s 10G & 100G reprogrammable transceivers successfully in the Singapore Internet Exchange Point (IXP).
An Internet exchange point typically occupy a standalone building with different brands of network switches in their physical infrastructure. The purpose of an IXP is to allow Internet service providers (ISPs) and content delivery networks (CDNs) exchange Internet traffic among their networks (autonomous systems) and peer together directly, via the exchange, rather than going through one or more third-party networks.
The advantages of direct interconnection are reducing cost, latency and improving bandwidth. Starview reprogrammable transceivers help the operator to reduce cost of inventory while maintaining the support to multiple vendors' equipment connectivity.
Starview reprogrammable transceiver modules are MSA Compliant. It is also a local Singapore brand that is trust-worthy and reliable.
These modules can be pre-configured during delivery or be remotely reprogrammed with our STARPOD (Starview Programmable Optical Device) in the field. This unique feature provides flexibility to customers to use a common Starview branded transceiver module to support various brands of networking equipment.