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2002-09-01 Converging optical IP: can GMPLS take control?
Migrating to GMPLS will give operators the network intelligence and scalability they need to provision new revenue-producing IP services.
2003-07-16 Improving optical switching with independent control planes
Currently, many next-gen optical switches or cross connects support elements of an embedded proprietary control plane, a standard generalized multiprotocol label switching (GMPLS) control plane to peer with other vendor's network equipment, and/or OIF UNI/NNI interfaces to interconnect domains and network boundaries.
2009-06-30 Networks get optical boost
Industry-leading optical and IP networking technology are integrated in one innovative solution as Nokia Siemens Networks and Juniper Networks Inc. combine development efforts.
2007-06-13 Network platform enables next-gen data migration
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd announces the availability of its OptiX OSN6800/3800 V100R001product, an OTN/ASON-based intelligent multi-service WDM platform that enables network operators' traditional voice-oriented transport networks to migrate to next generation data-oriented ones.
2002-02-08 Mitsubishi develops optical transmission technologies for cable systems
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has developed three key optical transmission technologies, the DWDM technology, optical devices and OXC prototype, for use in next-generation submarine cable systems that are planned to connect Japan, United States, Asia and Europe.
2004-06-17 Mahi acquires Photuris assets, design team
Mahi Networks Inc., an optical switching company, has acquired all assets and a key design team of Photuris Inc.
2004-06-23 KDDI deploys Calient Networks photonic switches
KDDI Corp. has commercially deployed the Calient DiamondWave PXC photonic switch as the core optical switch element in the new R&D Testbed Network JGN II for the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), an incorporated administrative agency in Japan.
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