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Nokia Siemens Networks Leads 400G Optical Transmission Evolution, Says Backbone Network Capacity Demand Increases 60% Annually
Nokia Siemens (hereinafter referred to as "Nosi") announced that its DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) platform will enable operators to seamlessly migrate CSPs from existing 10G and 40G optical fiber transmission networks to 400G with minimal investment. Nokia's hiT 7300 DWDM platform and TransNet, a planning tool for 400G optical transmission networks, will be put into commercial use in the first quarter of 2011.
"The future-oriented optical transmission network of Nokia Siemens Networks can meet the needs of bandwidth-intensive applications." This is stated in the Nokia Siemens Networks announcement.
"The capacity demand of the backbone network grows by 60% every year." Bernd Schumacher, head of NSN's optical fiber network, said, "As the network migrates from 40G to 100G fiber transmission, 400G will be the next step in the evolution. NSN has Support this migration through CSPs and begin to deploy 400G optimized optical fiber network."
The FlexiGrid technology included in Nokia's hiT 7300 DWDM platform realizes the migration to a 400G network by dynamically adapting the network wavelength grid required by large-capacity channels. The existing optical fiber infrastructure of the network operator can be used without interfering with any services.
In addition, Nokia Siemens Networks’ TransNet network planning tool enables operators to plan and simulate the entire optical transmission network to optimize network deployment, while at the same time achieving effective network management through the TransNet network management system.
Nosi claims that with these products, the company can not only help operators save costs, but also improve their efficiency.