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Customers are evolving. It’s time to evolve your network to align to changing customer needs.
What does the network of the future really look like? It’s time to find out…
Let’s face it. Legacy network designs are inefficient and inflexible. This makes launching new services and cost optimization more difficult—so it’s tougher to meet growing customer demands.
The network of the future will help overcome the entire gamut of legacy network challenges. The question is—what exactly does a future-ready network look like?
The traditional way of building IP networks is unsustainable. We understand the new IP network must be open, programmable, disaggregated, and virtualized in a way that allows resources to be reconfigured rapidly, without physical intervention.
Ciena has introduced Adaptive IP, an innovative solution that offers the essential IP capabilities required to support new applications, while allowing network operators to benefit from cloud-like scale, disaggregated functionality, and automated intelligence.
As operators throughout Asia-Pacific invest in infrastructure for 5G and other fast-emerging applications, many are using it as an opportunity to migrate TDM traffic and modernize their network architecture. Ciena’s Anup Changaroth offers tips on
Supporting new and emerging high-growth applications requires rethinking how to modernize existing networks, according to Ciena’s Anup Changaroth.
Migrating away from legacy networking technologies is always a challenge but done right, the process can lead the way to better and higher performing infrastructure that
This paper explains how operators can replace aging SDH and Ethernet networks with Ciena’s latest-generation IP and Ethernet aggregation solutions to take future traffic
Rapid adoption of cloud services, video streaming, 4G and 5G wireless backhaul, and a range of other high-bandwidth applications and use cases are putting
IP technology is the industry choice for emerging applications such as 5G, but the way IP protocols are delivered must evolve due to new and emerging use cases. Learn more about Ciena’s recently introduced Adaptive IP, and how it is providing the
Introducing Ciena’s new 5171 Service Aggregation Switch and Service Aggregation Platform, bringing more capacity closer to the network edge, enabling deployment into outdoor street cabinets and other uncontrolled locations.
The Internet of Things is coming, and there is a litany of ways they can be connected to the network. Ciena's Brian Lavallée details the options, and where 5G fits among the choices for IoT connectivity.
A 5G network means having a network capable of handling unprecedented demand. Think of Ciena as your guide on the path to 5G where you get to pick and choose the best
5G is not just about the Radio Access Network (RAN). Next-generation wireless is going to need a lot of help from wireline technologies to deliver on its promises. This
Rapid adoption of cloud technology and applications makes the metro part of the network infrastructure ripe for transformation. This paper will show you how to gain
The most pressing problem to solve for IP networks today is not scaling bandwidth alone, but achieving sustainable operations. That's where Adaptive IP can help, says Weng Cheong Loke, Director of Packet Network Business, Asia Pacific & Japan,
Service providers globally are looking to transform into Digital Service Providers. However, they are hampered by manually intensive, legacy OSS architectures that
A challenge faced by Network Operations Center (NOC) personnel responsible for large, complex IP/MPLS networks is locating the network issues that affect application
Routing events can disrupt customer services and when they do, network operators need to know what happened and why. In this demo video, we show how a service
Ongoing Bandwidth Growth Is Placing New Demands on Asia-Pacific IP Networks – from Access to Metro. Carriers need to keep pace with bandwidth growth.
Are you offering legacy TDM (SONET/SDH/PDH) services that are increasingly difficult and expensive to own and operate as a result of ongoing declines in available TDM
Want to modernize your Business Services (TDM, Layer 2, and Layer 3) to cost-effectively generate new revenue streams without adversely affecting your existing network? Ciena’s Wayne Hickey explains how operators benefit by modernizing TDM and
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.
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