How to prepare your optical transport network for the next wave
Are you ready for the optical transport network evolution?
Identify OTN opportunities, prepare for the future, get ahead
Optical Transport Networks (OTNs) are a key element of current and future network rollout. In this paper we’ll explore oppertunities for your business, how to prepare for the OTN Evolution and how you can get ahead of your competitors.
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Learn how key trends driving the Optical Transport Network evolution will affect you
Surging demand for high-speed broadband connectivity is well known and well reported. Not only are top-down governmental mandates in place, but non-profit organisations, such as the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), have set targets for delivering fibre access to citizens and businesses alike. In this paper, we’ll review the key trends driving evolution of the Optical Transport Network, to illustrate how demand must be matched by supply across different use cases.
Find out which opportunities await and learn about the use cases driving demand for OTN
In this free paper we will explore some of the drivers behind the need to evolve OTNs. Let’s examine some of these use cases that require universal transport, aligned with business opportunities.
Find out how to prepare for the optical transport network evolution
These use cases, and the dynamic service and networking environment they require, create a host of new challenges and demand the deployment of universal transport networks. Principal among which is the fact that the characteristics of any new fibre link and the overlying wavelengths must be instantly discoverable, so they can be brought into your inventory system and aligned with the location of physical assets, customer details, SLAs and more – if you can’t do this, you can’t effectively monetise your investments.
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