Datacom Joins the Telecom Infra Project

“DATACOM joined the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), a collaborative initiative that aims to build new technologies, new business approaches and investments in telecommunications infrastructure. TIP was founded by Facebook and it is led by major carriers and manufacturers such as Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, Vodafone, BT, Intel and Nokia. It is divided into several projects grouped into three strategic areas: Access, Backhaul, and Core & Management.

DATACOM will contribute to the OOPT - Open Optical & Packet Transport project. This group is focused on accelerating innovation in optical and IP networks by collaborating with operators, partners and research institutions. It acts on different parts of the transport network architecture, including optical transponders and IP access devices. DATACOM brings years of experience in this area to this group. One of DATACOM's key approaches is to offer its next-generation operating system, DmOS, as a software platform for the equipment that makes up this ecosystem, in particular Disaggregated Cell Site Gateways (DCSG), equipment for mobile backhaul applications. cellular networks, and unbundled optical systems, focused on the interconnection of data centers, metro networks and backhauls.


DATACOM has several access solutions in its product line, notably the DM2300 and DM2100 families, as well as a wide range of solutions for Metro Ethernet aggregation networks. ”