Agile Core Transport
Any service, on any port, and any wavelength in any direction!
How do You Rate Your Core Network?
The core of the network is the workhorse of today’s infrastructure. It must transport enormous amounts of data driven by today’s video, cloud computing and other bandwidth-intensive applications. How do you rate the performance of a core network? Traditionally, there has been one simple formula: What is the cost per GbE mile? This formula is still highly relevant, albeit complemented by another aspect: how quickly can I respond to growing and changing demands? Our FSP 3000, with its scalable capacity and reach, delivers excellent performance and a high degree of automation at extremely competitive price points.
100GbE, Coherent Transmission - What Else?
The ability to carry Terabit/s capacity over distances that span tens to hundreds to thousands of kilometers has long been the focus of innovation for core transport networks. 100GbE coherent transmission is the latest addition to the technology mix. But maximum capacity and reach are only two parameters in a more complex equation. How flexible is the solution? Can it start small and scale big? And how do you increase the efficiency between a transport layer and its IP/MPLS clients? Our FSP 3000 scalable optical transport solution has a compelling set of features and functionality that address all the needs of agile core networks.
Network Automation – Increasing Flexibility, Lowering Complexity
Any service, on any port, and any wavelength in any direction! What started as a vision is now reality. Our colorless and contentionless multi-degree ROADM technology has introduced unprecedented flexibility in the optical layer. Thanks to our industry-leading GMPLS-based control plane, operators can run a complex meshed network without worrying about technical parameters. With our FSP Service Manager, network operators can provision wavelengths, time slots (OTH and SONET/SDH) and Ethernet Virtual Circuits (EVCs) with the touch of a button. Want to know how our FSP 3000 can turn core networks into agile service-friendly data highways?
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