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Connectivity

Silicon Photonics and Robotic Fiber Switching

A key eco-system component impacting the Data Center is the emergence of Silicon Photonics technology. This new technology can change how data center systems exchange data and make rack equipment leaner.

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Realizing Next Generation Data Centers

Today’s Data Centers are undergoing rapid change, driven by 24x7x365 global business operations, significant use and depth of business intelligence (BI) and predictive analytics (Big Data), and the “Internet of Things”.

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Data Centers

Automated Optical Switching for FTTx

Automated optical switching enables dynamic physical connectivity in network architecture and simplifies fiber based services provisioning. In large scale world-wide FTTx deployment, operators will benefit from significant savings in both capital and operating expenditures.

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Automated Optical Switching for PON

Dynamic fiber connectivity enables a more efficient optical protection network architecture. It reduces the amount of protection circuits while it increases the availability. The result is significant CAPEX savings and improved SLA success rate.

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Telco Optical Access

Automated Optical Switching for LTE and 5G Wireless Networks

C-RAN is a new Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture with centralized baseband processing Digital Unit (DU) nodes for on-demand allocation of computation/processing resources.

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The Need For Speed - Making M-CORD LTE/5G Work

Today’s Mobile Network Operator (MNO) infrastructure is built with proprietary vertically integrated Network Elements (NEs), leading to inefficient utilization of network resources. Further, it is very difficult to customize the current infrastructure for different wireless subscriber needs or locations, and legacy architectures do not support the needed speed of emerging services requirements.

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Wireless Network

The Final Piece to the Incomplete R-CORD Puzzle

Central Offices (COs) are not going away anytime soon. They are strategically located in the center of every city, and are critical assets for all types of current and future communications services. Many carriers within the Telecom and Cable markets are seeking new network architectures that make use of technologies and products that are based on data center architectures to achieve lower costs and service flexibility.

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Evolving to the Next Generation Internet

Today’s Internet is built with 7 layers in the TCP/IP stack, meaning you mail a letter with 7 envelopes, plus your mailbox is just the street curb – you send your information to the ocean called Internet, and hope it will get to the destinations – which is called best effort. We don’t have much control of privacy and security.

 

A dynamic physical optical connectivity is the future to solve many of the problems, and to keep us connected in life and business, wherever we are, as we need, when we need. That’s what we are about to do through our technology with many customers, the data center operators, telco providers, edge computing players, and many more.