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Reduce network footprint. Lower operating costs. Create a simpler network architecture. Make the network easier to deploy, manage and monitor.
Accelerate the modernisation of legacy IP networks.
Roll out the converged IP and Ethernet network of the future with Ciena’s Packet Networking portfolio.
“Future-proof networking is a much-used term in the industry, but what does it really mean? At Ciena, we think there are 7 key requirements for truly future-ready networking, and they can all be delivered today with the right network technologies and skillsets,” says Frank Miller, CTO EMEA at Ciena.
Frank Miller, CTO EMEA at Ciena, discusses how to disrupt the status quo for traffic aggregation with scalable, flexible, efficient IP and Ethernet solutions.
As traffic volumes continue to explode, traditional IP networks are creating major operational challenges. With IP routers required in all areas of the network, management and support requirements are typically very complex.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Many forward-thinking players have turned to Ethernet to future-proof their aggregation networks.
Read our blog on how, with converged IP and Ethernet, you can replace a large number of IP routers with fewer, highly scalable converged IP and Ethernet nodes.
Question: How did a leading multinational telecommunications company achieve scalability on-demand, with lower network operating costs and flexibility to support future converged services?
Answer: With Ciena’s simple, repeatable Ethernet architecture and ‘right-sized’ IP functions to support key services.
Read this case study to find out how one of Europe’s leading operators was able to replace its disparate legacy aggregation networks with standardised Ciena Ethernet solutions to maximise operating efficiency and scale services without limits.
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As a service provider, you continually need to find new ways to increase revenue, but how can you adapt your business strategies to achieve growth objectives? For a start, consider adding Ethernet services for high-capacity services—from 1GbE to 10GbE and 100GbE and beyond—to offer a differentiated and competitive service to corporate customers.
When it comes to designing any network, success depends on bringing traffic as close as possible to its final destination. The key is building large, high-capacity routes that minimize the distance to travel and paths to cross.
For this to work, you’ll need the Adaptive Network™—and the right network partner.
Read our blog series on how Ciena checks all the boxes—with packet-optical leadership for Fiber Deep architecture, street-tough kit, intelligent automation and orchestration software, and scalability on demand.
Turn ON the untapped potential of your network - Faster speeds. Lower latency. Increased availability. Improved reliability. Innovative new use-cases and applications. More cost-effective. That's the 5G promise. In a world that's always ON, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) need to be able to scale existing 4G networks, while transitioning to 5G—and maintain profitability throughout. 5G: It's ON. How will your network adapt?
The Adaptive Network is a new approach that expands on autonomous networking concepts to transform the static network into a dynamic, programmable environment driven by analytics and intelligence.
Step into a new way of building IP-based networks—from access to metro—that’s automated, open, and lean.
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