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Agile Optical Networking: More Than Moving Light

December 4, 2013 No Comments

Demand for agile, cloud-based services has created new challenges that require improved network agility and automation in order for network resources to become more readily consumable and dynamic or elastic in their response to demand from higher network layers.

Agile Optical Networking enables IT and telecom service providers alike to conquer these challenges and accelerate delivery of cloud, mobile broadband and video-intensive services. It enables service providers to realize the untapped potential of their optical network — not just as a resource to transport bits, but as an integral ingredient of the cloud infrastructure that connects end users to their content and applications.

Download this strategic white paper to read more about rich underlying fabric the connects users to the cloud.

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