What is Routed Optical Networking?

What is Routed Optical Networking?

As a component of the Converged SDN Transport solution, Routed Optical Networking is an architecture that offers enhanced simplicity and operational efficiencies. The way the solution operates is by combining private line and IP services into a single layer, Layer 3, where all switching is done. Standardised 400G ZR/ZR+ coherent pluggable optics are used to connect routers.

Telemetry and model-driven programmability are used by flexible management tools with a single IP-based service layer to optimise lifecycle operations. A provider can concentrate on automation projects for a more straightforward topology thanks to this streamlined architecture, which combines standard APIs and open data models.

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