Transport for all payloads, with superior performance and support for dynamic services with operational efficiencies. The advantages provided by optical fiber systems are the result of a continuous stream of product innovations and process improvements. Optical transport equipment includes multiplexers of all types amplifiers, cross connects, and others, including the emerging packet optical transport platforms. Packet transport networks take advantage of a variety of technologies. Carrier Ethernet switches, packet optical transport systems, IP switches and routers, and label switched router platforms are some of the technologies carriers have employed in packet transport networks for mobile backhaul, video transmission, data services, and other digital services.



Fiber to the x is the key method used to drive next-generation access (NGA), which describes a significant upgrade to the Broadband available by making a step change in speed and quality of the service. This is typically thought of as asymmetrical with a download speed of 24 Mbit/s plus and a fast upload speed.


A router is a physical or virtual appliance that passes information between two or more packet-switched computer networks -- analyzing a given data packet's destination IP address, calculating the best way for it to reach that destination and then forwarding it accordingly.


Service providers continue to deploy OTN with the goal of boosting bandwidth and increasing network functionality. OTN has provided them a way to support different traffic types in a more cost-effective manner than by using SONET/SDH networks. Carriers are placing particular emphasis on OTN in the metro area, where they are shifting rapidly from SONET/SDH to wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM).


DWDM provides ultimate scalability and reach for fiber networks. Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) is an optical multiplexing technology used to increase bandwidth over existing fiber networks. DWDM works by combining and transmitting multiple signals simultaneously at different wavelengths on the same fiber. The technology creates multiple virtual fibers, thus multiplying the capacity of the physical medium.


The Plesiochronous digital hierarchy (PDH) is a technology used in telecommunications networks to transport large quantities of data over digital transport equipment such as fiber optic and microwave radio systems. The need to reduce network operating costs and increase revenues were the drivers behind the introduction of SDH. The former can be achieved by improving the operations management of networks and introducing more reliable equipment. SDH scores high on both. SDH was designed to allow for flexibility in the creation of products for electronically routing telecommunications traffic.


We develop, deliver and manage telecommunication networks by providing hardware and software integration services to enable the full value of connectivity. Our comprehensive portfolio ranges across network management and operations (OSS), revenue and customer management (BSS), communication services, core network and network functions virtualization (NFV), infrastructure, and application development and maintenance (ADM). We create real value and business differentiation by taking an integrated approach covering all aspects of our customers' businesses. By managing and optimizing telecom networks with highly industrialized processes and a truly global delivery model, we enhance operators' ability to meet and exceed consumer expectations..