Posts about Disaggregation

Posted by Arthur Cole on September 12, 2019
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Networking has long relied on proprietary architecture, particularly on the transport layer. The thinking behind this is that while single-vendor solutions tend to be more expensive, they are also more reliable and easier to manage than a collection of interoperable boxes.

But this attitude is quickly coming to an end as new technologies and new data networking requirements fuel demand for open and disaggregated solutions ...
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OFC is the place to be for those interested in discovering the latest innovation and meeting the biggest names in optical communications and networking. For over 40 years, the event has welcomed delegates from all over the world to meet, greet, teach and learn; facilitating lifelong connections and driving the industry forward ...
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Keeping mobile networks on track is no easy task as they evolve from 2G to 3G to LTE and finally 5G. Each mobile radio innovation comes with additional requirements for the underlying transport network, resulting in new interface cards or replacement of transport network devices. This constant change creates pain for the network design teams and service teams, not to mention significant cost. A new approach for transport network evolution is overdue ...
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What can we look forward to next year in optical networking? With many new players entering the ecosystem, the debate looks likely to get hotter between technology lovers, people focusing on simplicity and operational aspects and proponents of machine intelligence. Several trends will greatly impact the way we build optical networks going forward ...

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