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Metro. Long haul. Subsea. There’s no selectivity when it comes to the crush of bandwidth demands. All are experiencing unprecedented growth with no signs of slowing. And all need to deliver a consistent quality end-user experience in the face of on-demand content consumption, no matter where the actual content resides. Keeping up can put a strain on business.
The ability to scale and secure network capacity faster and smarter is a huge competitive advantage, and the technologies that enable this scalability and service agility are constantly evolving. At the foundation of it all is the optical network. Implementing the right solution—one that can scale for massive capacity growth while flexibly adapting to changes in applications running on top of it— is vital for success.
Deliver services faster using control plane automation via a single flexible platform across metro, long-haul, and subsea applications
Maximize capacity and operational efficiencies using tunable variable-capacity optics and multi-Terabit service densities with the world’s #1 packet-optical platform
Innovate faster with a flexible architecture that best matches your operational model, whether deploying a fully integrated packet-optical platform or modular networking building blocks managed via open APIs
As optical networks become increasingly flexible and software-driven, network operators need to rethink past assumptions as they plan and deploy networks moving forward. With the appropriate software tools to fully exploit the benefits of flexible coherent modems, programmable photonics and flexible grid systems, the redefined optical network can enable further improvements in service rollout velocity and expand revenue opportunities.
The optical industry is focused on making the optical network more agile, intelligent, and application-aware. Giving service providers the tools to reliably shift their operating model from ‘configuring’ to ‘programming’ brings a radical transformative opportunity with unparalleled intelligence and service agility.
Aimed predominantly at short-reach, single-span fiber optic links for Data Center Interconnect (DCI), 400ZR is an interoperable networking Implementation Agreement (IA) in progress by the OIF. It defines a footprint-optimized solution for
Optical networks continue to evolve with greater performance and flexibility based on a foundation of CMOS chip designs as the latest designs are heading to market in 2019. The next-generation of coherent chip designs will segment into two different
Increasingly, forward-looking carriers are looking to white label services to reduce their time to market and launch costs for new services. White label refers to a service that is bought by an operator from a third-party provider and sold to
Carrier chooses a white label service from Ciena to bypass its slow, costly New Product Introduction process and speed up time to market by 18 months.
Internet/Network Service Provider in Nepal now has the flexibility to increase its network capacity, reach, and density on demand
Optimized for multiservice clients and leveraging the best-in-class performance and low power consumption of Ciena’s WaveLogic Ai coherent modem, the WaveLogic Ai FOTR modules are highly dense optical transponder and service channel interfaces that
Over the past decade, network providers have used coherent technology to increase traffic carrying capacity by orders of magnitude over existing assets. Ciena’s Helen Xenos explains how network providers are now at an inflection point and must
VodafoneZiggo is leveraging Ciena’s programmable 400G technology to power the Netherlands’ ‘network of the future’. Leo Geert van den Berg, VodafoneZiggo’s Director of Fixed Networks provides details on the future of networking.
Put on your lab coat and get ready to learn how you can take a programmable infrastructure, mix in analytics and SW control, and take tangible steps in enabling a more automated, adaptive network. This advanced class combines learnings from the
Data Center Interconnect (DCI) capacity requirements continue to grow—but what are the new technologies that support growing applications in DCI? Come on our field trip to learn more about key trends in the interconnect market to help you keep up
This class dissects how new technologies—including low-cost interconnect and flexible protocols, like FlexE and FlexO—are driving a more optimized, dynamic end-to-end transport infrastructure for service provider networks. You’ll use your microscope
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