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INFN 5.840-0.5%Sep 25 4:00 PM EDT

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From: FUBHO8/6/2020 12:52:47 PM
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Highlights during the quarter included the first 600-gig shipments to a major ICP for long-haul applications that will run over both our own and a competitor's line system and a meaningful 600-gig win with one of Europe's leading research and education networks. While we're still in the early stages of ramping 600 gig, we more than doubled 600-gig port shipments in Q2, and we grew our 600-gig customer base to 16 as the market continues to take advantage of the lower dollars per bit provided by this currently available technology.

On the new technology front, we could not be more delighted with the proven performance of our vertically integrated ICE6 solution. In recent, real-world network trials with Verizon and Windstream, ICE6 achieved transmission distances that are three to four times that of competitive alternatives and greater than two times that of competitive solutions at 600-gig.

Our ICE6 performance advantage translates directly into lower cost per bit, lower power per bit and greater fiber capacity, the three most significant buying criteria used by network and vendor selection. The Verizon trial was conducted on live fiber plant that included a challenging fiber type, reinforcing the opportunity for ICE6 to deliver massive economic impact to metro, regional and long-haul applications.
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