Route Mile Network
Our dedicated logistics team gets you everything you need, when and where you need it.
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As networks grow, and technology evolves, one thing remains constant: network equipment needs reliable physical connections to work. To help network operators put it all together, Champion ONE offers an extensive line of copper and fiber cabling solutions.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the essential workers across the country and at Champion ONE for sacrificing every day during these unique times. The dedication of essential workers ensures our safety, health, and continued connectivity to those around us.
Deciding between CWDM and DWDM is a complex issue, with many network- and application-specific variables to be considered. Learn the differences and which WDM technology is right for your network.
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Fiber Optic Network
Our solutions are based on open industry standards, which enables us to offer equal (and often superior) performance at drastically lower prices as compared to closed, proprietary providers. Our focus on disaggregated, open networking is applied across our broad product portfolio, allowing us to provide comprehensive solutions that optimize your network now, and support future network scalability and evolving technology.
Our rigorous quality control processes ensure seamless integration with leading network platforms, including Cisco, Juniper, Ciena, Extreme Networks, and more.
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Network Solution Success Stories
A large US service provider was under considerable pressure to reduce capital and operating expenses for a large deployment in their edge network.
University in a mid-size Midwestern city awarded Champion ONE their 10G, 40G, and 100G optical transceiver business from an RFP issued as part of a network upgrade.
A service provider based in a large Midwestern city needed a new solution for a brownfield application. Their existing equipment was operating at capacity, and was rapidly approaching the end-of-life deadline.
A data services provider in the Southeastern United States was faced with a serious time crunch. They needed to deploy greenfield services for one of their long-time customers by the end of November.
The international airport that serves a large Midwestern metropolitan area is planning a large-scale new terminal build.
An independent service provider was leasing space in a retail data center. They anticipated their future growth would mean incurring high annual fees for additional cross-connects between suites within the data center.