We saved 50 million dollars in 3 years with 30 ROMEs in our global support lab. The big savings came from improvements in our utilization, which went from 15-17% to 75-80%. We eliminated our ticketing system while allowing the users to reserve the resources online.
- Customer in Sunnyvale, California
“Flexi-Pod” for Switching Architecture makes the layer 2 spine leaf fabric
organized and re-configurable which enables fast deployment and scalability.
We test every circuit remotely via ROME and we resolve the issues including polarity before we provision a circuit to the network.
- Director of Operations
In our transport network, whether it's Seattle, Chicago, or New York, provisioning a circuit within an hour
is our SLA to our customers.
- VP of Interconnection
Automated Fiber Switching for Passive Optical Network (PON) accelerates service provisioning, enables network testing and monitoring and expedited service recovery.
We needed to drastically increase our efficiency levels as it relates to the handling of incoming customer requests. After implementing the Wave2Wave ROME Automated Fiber Switch solution, we have seen immense efficiency gains.
- Global Storage Company
Enabling Next Generation Mobile Networks, automated fiber switching offers flexibility, resiliency and dynamic load balancing.
We deployed ROMEs across the U.S. Eastern seaboard, the Caribbeans, and South America. The automated fiber switching capability really helped us to re-route our traffic in situations such as hurricanes.
- Global Wholesale Telecom Service Provider
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.
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.
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.
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.