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  • Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching.


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  • "By using Polycom and Microsoft solutions, we were able to leverage our core networking solutions GMPLS, domestic & international SIP trunking, and wireless integration to improve interaction with colleagues, customers, and partners while improving annual operating expenses," said Joe Hamblin, manager, Unified Communications/ Collaboration, Sprint.

  • We do this by taking advantage of PICs and digital everywhere and marrying that with the automation and efficiency of GMPLS.

  • It uses GMPLS technology to automate multi-terabit scale networks, and it allows a convergence of DWDM and OTN today with a path forward to further network simplification and CapEx reduction with MPLS in the future.

  • GMPLS is a protocol we borrowed from the router world, which really allows the network to become network aware.

  • We hired the best engineers on the planet, and we had them invest in 3 core differentiating technologies: PICs plus coherent, systems ASICs and GMPLS software.

  • It takes GMPLS automation and applies it to multi-terabit scale networks.

  • So basically, GMPLS automates terabit scale networks.

  • Unlike competitive offerings where integrating DWDM with switching was an afterthought, the DTN-X is designed from the ground up to combine three unique technology building blocks -- PICs, custom switching ASICs and intelligent GMPLS software -- enabling the DTN-X platform to be flexibly configured with up to 5 Tb/s of DWDM or service interfaces in each bay, or any combination of the two, without any loss of capacity.

  • The all-digital architecture, point-and-click automation and intelligent GMPLS software are designed to enable global service providers to rapidly deploy network capacity while lowering operational costs.

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